■(PCN) 'Mission San Antonio'
'Mission San Antonio'
, R. 2007). Seedling #GP-392T2. CA, 10" (25 cm). Midseason to late bloom. Standards and falls gold base overlaid neon violet, deeper at edges; style arms more violet toned. Seedling #DF-197H3: ('Lifeline'
x seedling #PA-103J2: (seedling #PD-229A3: (seedling #PF-167Z2: (seedling #PH-247spot: ('Earthquake'
x seedling #PJ-161B: ('Santa Cruz Beach'
x seedling #PL-285U2: ('Refugio'
x seedling #PN281A3: (seedling #PP-351: ('Simply Wild'
x seedling #PR-319M, 'Camp Capitola'
sibling) x seedling #PP-352A: ('Big Wheel'
x 'California Mystique'
))))) x seedling #PH-266K: ('Las Lomas'
x seedling #PJ-180B2, 'Aftershock'
sibling)) x seedling #PF-153W3, 'Candid'
sibling) x seedling #PC-178big spot: (seedling #PE-189M, 'Baby Blanket'
pollen parent, x seedling #PF-148K2: ('Point Santa Cruz'
sibling, x 'Osocales'
)))) X seedling #EP-246V3, 'Jabberbox'
sibling. Bay View 2007.
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