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■(SPX) 'Umibotal'

2010, Shimizu

'Umibotal' ( Hiroshi Shimizu by Carol Warner, R. 2010) SPEC-X (Pseudata); 46", Midseason to late bloom. Standards and Falls violet with darker violet veining, darker violet rim around Falls; yellow signal with deep violet eyelash. 'Gubijin' X unknown (mixed JI pollen). Draycott 2010.   Translation: Firefly on the sea.

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From Draycott Gardens catalog, 2016: UMIBOTAL (Hiroshi Shimizu, 2010) 46" ML. Umibotal is the deepest purple seedling I have grown from Mr. Shimizu. The color is a great combination with the more prevalent yellows and whites. The name means “Firefly on the Sea”. Limited stock.
 


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-- JimWilson - 2010-06-20
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