Borrowed genes give mums the blues

‘Holy Grail’ of flower color achieved in chrysanthemums for the first time

blue chrysanthemum

WHO’S GOT THE BLUES? Researchers in Japan have genetically engineered the first blue chrysanthemum. 

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