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Volume 22, Number 3
July 1968

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        This is one of a number of fine slides shown by Frank Mossman, M.D. and Britt Smith at the recent Annual Meeting in Eugene. Dr. Mossman writes:
        R. occidentale clone SM 218 is a very exciting bicolor, pink overlaid with darker pink markings, and a pleasing yellow-colored standard which tends to spill over on the adjacent wing petals. There is a moderate imbrication of the upper petals with tendency to lesser imbrication of the lower petals. The flowers occur in trusses of up to 25, each flower measuring as much as 3" in diameter, on a shrub about five ft. high, at the top of an 800 ft. hill, mile from the Pacific Ocean in Humboldt County, California.


Volume 22, Number 3
July 1968

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