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Texas Dawn was developed by Kenneth Landon in 1985 San Angelo Texas. Its  parents were N. ‘Pink Starlet’  x N. mexicana No. 1.  Texas Dawn is a very popular plant partly because it sticks its flower high above the water and reminds people of tropical water lilies.  Texas Dawn is an excellent bloomer and often has blooms 6 inches in diameter.  It is hard to tell the difference between Texas Dawn and Joey Tomachek.  Joey Tomachek has a somewhat brighter yellow.

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