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Jonathan Knisely

I think that this is the most useful image of T. parthenocissus 'Fenway Park' that exists. It clearly demonstrates the unusual, bright foliage color and the plant habitus and vigor. I have written to Google to let them know of this image's existence on this webpage. I think that this picture should come up every time someone looks for this cultivar using that search engine!

Graham Rice

Thank you Jonathan. And thank you to Peter del Tredici, who found the plant and whose image it is, and to the good people at Rare Find who told me about it and passed it on. I'm sure it will turn up in the Google image search soon.

Anyone have any more images that show a new plant in the making?

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