The Edged group is unique and was first introduced in 1757. the edge on an auricula flower is simply a mutation of the leaf tissue that forms on the flower petals. It is thick and succulent like the leaf and often covered in farina. There are three groups within the ‘edge’ category dependent upon the thickness of the farina. Green edges have a mere dusting of it, grey edges are more like a light snowfall of the white flour and white edges are coated in it. Once more to be kept aloft from the others and sheltered for show only.
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