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Name: Jim
Status: other
Grade: other
Location: PA
Country: N/A
Date: 7/9/2005


Question:
I have approx. 7 Giant White Lillies which I transplanted to a different location. They receive the same amount of sun as they did before the transplanting. I have had these flowers for 4 years. When they bloomed this season they are all bright yellow. They are the only Lillies I have so they could not have gotten mixed up with others. What could have caused the color change?


Replies:
The following might be helpful, suggesting either mix-up, temperature effects, or genetic heritage.

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/lily/msg060852557072.html

Also possibly helpful:

http://www.swcoloradohome.com/articles/gardening/greenthumb03.asp

Anthony Brach Ph.D.



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