MM 10-02a (first two photos) is a vibrant light orange flower with a blue eye. I like the contrast with the white style arms. MM 10-02b (third photo) is not as pretty, but I think it's significant. Seen from a distance, it looks mustard-colored. Up close, it has very interesting details, including an area near the green eye that looks red. This is the first time I've done a first-generation orange x purple cross where the colors actually mixed instead of the orange dominating.
I encourage you to click on the photos so you can see larger versions of them. The details in form B are especially interesting.
My only complaint about these plants is that the flowers are a bit small, taking after the M. tulbaghensis parent.
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