azalea chimera?

clibanarius(z8GA)May 27, 2005

I've just posted this message, with two pix, on the Azalea forum. I've got two indica Azaleas, one a pink flowered variety with some white-flowered branches, and a white flowered variety with one magenta-flowered branch (three years running for the latter). Is this a common occurence with evergreen azaleas? If so, are these chimeras, or is there some other phenomenon at work?

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mistercross(z6b Ozarks)

Well, this has been on the Botany Forum for a month and a half without a response, but I see you got several answers on the Azalea Forum.

    Bookmark   June 14, 2005 at 5:12AM
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mistercross(z6b Ozarks)

Darn, misread the date.

    Bookmark   June 14, 2005 at 5:16AM
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