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Chrysanthemum plant named Ovaro










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #PP6232.

A Chrysanthemum plant named Ovaro particularly characterized by its flat capitulum form; anemone capitulum type; yellow ray floret color with a bronze overcast when grown under low light and low temperature conditions; diameter across face of capitulum of up to 12 cm. at maturity when grown as a pinched disbudded pot mum, with diameter of anemone cushion of up to 4 cm.; uniform eight week photoperiodic flowering response to short days; tall plant height when grown as a pinched pot mum; recommended both as disbudded and spray pot mum; and spreading branching pattern.








 
 
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