Jun 15, 2021 7:30 PM CST
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Florida, gulf coast, 9a (Zone 9a)
Had anyone seen this before? Some of the flowers get this strange center, many don't.
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Jun 16, 2021 4:07 AM CST
Name: Big Bill
Livonia Michigan (Zone 6a)
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I have never seen that before.

I wonder if it might be due to some gene instability like you think. I would find it hard to believe it is either insect or disease related. I would just ignore them. It probably not preventable or controllable.
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Jun 16, 2021 2:04 PM CST
Name: Jennifer
48036 MI (Zone 6b)
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Possibly fasciation. I don't know what causes it but I find it interesting
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