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13-May-2022 copyright Elizabeth Bickel

"Rudolph" 2022

An Unusual Color

I'm very happy that the first one of my new (2022) starter hibiscus is already producing flowers. However, I'm a bit perplexed as to why they are this color. The flowers are quite beautiful, but they aren't red; like the hybridizer claimed http://www.hiddenvalleynaturearts.com/info/rudolph.htm

Canon EOS R6 ,Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
1/1600s f/18.0 at 90.0mm iso65535 full exif

other sizes: small medium original auto
Nick Paoni22-May-2022 20:49
Gorgeous colors and clarity and the subject shows so well against the black background.
Helen Betts22-May-2022 12:56
It's beautiful in any case, and a well detailed capture of it.
Danad22-May-2022 08:08
Each hibiscus variety has its own genetics that determine which pigments and what colour range it can produce. Temperature, sunlight, pH and nutrition can all affect the levels of different pigments in a flower and the color at which they appear. Anyway I like the tones of this one between pink, orange and soft red...
*V*
joseantonio22-May-2022 08:03
looks so lovely.V.