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Mg Id please

Posted by rosepedal Four seasons NE WI Z (qatechwallace@yahoo.com) on
Thu, Sep 25, 08 at 12:45

Hi Any ideas on the names. Thanks for looking and the help. Barb








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RE: Mg Id is a Blizzard pattern

rosepedal - All of the flowers you posted are a type of Blizzard pattern...
Shown in Dr.Yoneda's chart as pattern # 9
http://protist.i.hosei.ac.jp/asagao/yoneda_db/E/species/flower_pattern.html

The center and last photo are more easily recognizable as Blizzards,but the first photo is a dilute blizzard
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/171437/

The Blizzards that you have look to be what in Romaji is known as "Hama Ginga"
but marketed in the USA as "Tie Dye"...

Hope that helps...

Ron

Here is a link that might be useful: Hama Ginga Blizzard Ipomoea Morning Glory types in the PlantFiles


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RE: Mg Id please

Hi Ron,

Thank you for your time and expertice. I know it must be very time consumimg helping so many. I really do appreciate your time. I am so happy to know what they are. I am off to research Thanks once again..... Barb


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