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■(SPU) 'Missouri Gold Mine'

2022, Hedgecock

'Missouri Gold Mine' (Jim Hedgecock, R. 2022) Seedling CJP-3B, SPU, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom Standards dark red-purple, yellow rays from base on inside of petal; falls brilliant yellow signal starting deep in throat, turning into bright yellow rays with red-purple lines, ¹⁄₈˝ red-purple rims, ruffled; mild fragrance. Parentage unknown. Comanche Acres 2022.

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