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The red hybrid     5/22/17
I’d like to know how I made this. The plant looks like a member of E. engelmannii, fasciculatus, or maybe fendleri, but the flower is a bright red, not magenta, as is true for the three preceding species.. The plant has been hardy these past two years (about 10 potted plants) in White Rock, NM. I have made seed from the population and I have plants coming up. I wonder what their flower color will be.   (14/48)   

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