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Re: Batik mutation


--- In iris-photos@egroups.com, Dennis Kramb <dkramb@b...> wrote:
> Here's the photo again, Donald.  Unfortunately my Batik clump 
> shrivelled up this summer, and I'm not sure how much survived the 
> transplant to the new yard.  I used pollen from this mutated flower 
> on various crosses, but off hand I don't remember which crosses (if 
> any) took successfully.  Batik didn't set any seed as a pod parent.

I have had much the same mutation show up with Batik, only I got the 
regular plicata colour on the wole flower and I suspect one increase 
to be entirely of the regular pattern.








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