I am including 3 siblings of the original seedling plus the original JEDA 4-6N20 (first photo). The last one is from a reverse cross, or Fancy Woman x Bruneau Jasper instead of Bruneau Jasper x Fancy Woman. (The first three are from the later cross.) These seedlings probably average about 6 buds.
It is interesting to note how similar the reverse cross is to JEDA 4-6N20.
Leonard & Kathy Jedlicka - Blue J Iris breeders/owners
It would seem to meet all the criteria for a luminata.
An interesting cross, an interesting outcome. I'm most curious re all
the siblings. Can any info or pics of sibling be accessed?
From: Sheri Arevalo <email@example.com>
Sent: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 18:02:55 -0800 (PST)
Subject: [iris-photos] Jedlicka seedling a luminata?
This is our seedling JEDA 4-6N20 from Bruneau Jasper X Fancy Woman.
We loved the color on this seedling and would really like some
feedback as to whether this could be called a luminata or not...it did
have one luminata parent.
(Unfortunately, this seedling only has 5 buds)
(This picture is also coming out in the spring, 2006 edition of Tall
Leonard & Kathy Jedlicka-breeders (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sheri Arevalo (daughter)
Blue J Iris
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