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A Chameleon ?

Posted by lionessrose z4b Idaho (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 11, 09 at 23:31

One of my 4th year OP seedlings was quite interesting today with her bloom.
I have decided she must be in the chameleon family...
First photo taken this morning before she fully opened,
2nd photo this afternoon after she had opened and the 3rd photo just before the sun went down:

Can't wait to see what she looks like tomorrow :)
She also makes me think of sherbet ice cream.

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RE: A Chameleon ?

Interesting color changes. Has it done this before?

RE: A Chameleon ?

I'm not sure :)
This is only her 2nd bloom, ever...
She has only gave me one other bloom, I think in 2006.
I do not recall such a color change. Here was her very 1st bloom:

She is quite small due to winter die back, she is not a zone 4b, that's for sure :)
Today she had more pink tones, but I couldn't get a clear pic due to wind.
Will try to get a pic in the AM...
She is one weird duck if nothing else :)

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