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Re: Color

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Color
  • From: Mimy Sluiter <manx1@WXS.NL>
  • Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 22:09:17 +0200

I tried to fertilise Creamery many times with different species and
cultivars and failed alas...
I remember some one telling in the past it was sterile due to it hybrid
close by parentage (a species parent?) but cannot remember what was
behind it.
Mimy Sluiter

maria guzman wrote:
> Faye Brawner might know; she carries it.
> Maria
> >Barry;
> >
> >    What about using 'Creamery' which is a pale buff type yellow?  Might
> >even have some green in it.  Does anyone know if it is fertile?
> >
> >Sandy

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