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Re: HYB Seedling - no chlorophyl

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: HYB Seedling - no chlorophyl
  • From: "chadschroter" chadschroter@yahoo.com
  • Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 20:25:06 -0000

--- In iris-photos@y..., jpvhook@a... wrote:
> Here is a seedling from a cross of Canadian 
> Streaker(VF/PBF)XInfernalFire(BC/PBF)
> It will soon die from lack of chlolophyll to make food for the 
> John Van Hook Somerset,Ky. Zone 6

    It's unusual to see these in a relativly wide cross. Once I 
raised a crop from a self of Breakers x Breakers and I got several 
white leaved seedings (which all died). Plus several white flowers 
with curious blue dots. Plus one white which had no standards. 
Inbreeding can be an adventure.... There were also some perfectly 
happy/normal seedlings as well.

Chad Schroter  Los Gatos CA Zone 9

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