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Default C.Penny Kuroda 'Spots'

One of my fave bifoliate hybrids. These bifoliates have a lot to
recommend them; usually lots of flowers, many with great staying power.
This one has larger flowers than some, and is sitting in the sunniest
corner of the catt benches along with the other bifoliates and my
ansellia collection.

The flowers open with the spots and flares but a muddy bronze-ish
background color, which continues to lighten for a few days until it
becomes stable at a crystalline white.

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