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(Dan Trimmer, 1996). Tet (Anastasia X Tet Spindazzle) 36” EM Sev. This unusual, at times striking, 8” muted mulberry and ivory bicolor flower offers the unique ability for the hybridizer to add large sharks teeth to long petaled flowers. Offspring with edges range from yellow to purple. The edging in my cool Long Island garden was mostly gold bubbles. In Miami two years ago it was exclusively 1/2” sharks teeth. Edging was mixed for me last year with mostly smaller teeth, and gold bubbles. Foliage is low and compact. There has been much interest in Crocodile Smile, and I will have a limited number of plants; pollen fertile.