, R. 1973). Seedling #67-178-7. MTB, 16" (41 cm), Midseason to late bloom. Standards antique yellow-gold (Munsell 2.5Y 8/12), fine veining and speckling of brown on inside; falls white ground, lightly veined and speckled dark red-brown with prominent brown line running from tip of beard to edge, fine edging of antique yellow-gold; yellow beard tipped brown. 'Dainty Dancer'
X 'Desert Quail'
. Northwest Hybridizers 1974. Honorable Mention 1975.
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| Watch for a pert new yellow-brown plicata named OTAY from Roberta Snell. It has the same clear, bright colors that have made the old BB 'Meadowlark' a favorite long after its time. Both the bright yellow-ground and the rich brown stripings and dottings are unfading-and Roberta's central Washington garden has the sunshine to test them, believe me! Her bitoned lavender-blue 'Toneen' often has as many as four small frilly flowers open at once, one above another on gracefully curved stems.
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