These are some photos from a couple of years ago. I don't think I have ever posted this one. It is unusual from the point of view that it is so plain - just All Plain Green. No color in the petiole or scape, nothing notable about the leaf and not much notable about the flower except it's larger than the others here. But this season I noticed that the flower has fragrance. So it must have plantaginea in its background. That makes this plant very unusual in this grouping where Art was using Katsuragawa Beni, longipes hypoglauca, longipes latifolia, Riptide, Candy Dish and many others for his crosses which add "features" to the seedlings.
Here is the flower in 2014.
Here is the flower this season when I noticed the fragrance.
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Ed McHugh, Sicklerville NJ
Mockingbird feeding juvenile yellow raisons - never leave home without them.