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Re: Karoo Pride

  • Subject: Re: Karoo Pride
  • From: Richard Riedy burada@earthlink.net
  • Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 15:22:24 -0700

Hi Ed,

I'm confused, too.  What do you mean by "seed parent"?  Pollen
parent?  I always thought the plant receiving the pollen was listed first,
then the pollen donor, so that "P. (species) x P. (species) " meant "P.
(species) pollinated, i.e., impregnated, by P. (species)".  Help!


----- Original Message -----

From: Ed Olson Moore


Sent: 12/4/02 3:27:19 AM

Subject: Karoo Pride

Hi everyone-

I'm looking for information on 'Karoo Pride', a hybrid developed and

introduced by Ernie deMarie.  I have seen it listed as
P.sericifolium x

P.hystrix  and as P.hystrix x P.sericifolium. If, as I've read,
it is

standard convention to list the seed parent first, I'm confused. Does

know which species is the seed parent of this hybrid?

I apologize for posting on multiple lists.



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