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bicolor

a coat color of two colors. In dogs, usually black with tan markings but may be other combinations such as ticking on a white background. In cats, more than two spots of color on the body, either white and one basic color, or white with one tabby color.
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For the other flower color or bicolor groupings, there is a range of susceptibility among cultivars as well, typically with at least 1 cultivar ranking in the top statistical grouping and expressing resistance.
3 j (1) Cultivars with two predominant flower colors were analyzed as bicolor for the 2 colors.
tricolor) are small (3/4-inch), normally purple and yellow bicolors.
Funnel-shaped flowers come in many solid and bicolors, singles and doubles.
Flowers are 2 inches or more across with translucent petals in shades of red, pink, white, orange, and bicolors.
Huge, radiant blooms of yellow, orange, maroon, creamy white, and bicolors.
Showy round flowers come in shades of yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, white, and bicolors on plants 6 inches to 3 feet tall.
Daisylike flowers with petals of yellow, gold, mahogany red, and bicolors surrounding purplish brown centers.
Her father bred bicolors (flowers with two distinct colors) and worked on developing better reds; he introduced several irises in the '60s, '70s, and '80s, including `Le Sedna' (a red) and the ever-popular `Gala Madrid' (butter-scotch and crimson).