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Re: Digest Number 560

thank you. is it even possible to hybridize a 48
chromosome tall bearded iris?

best regards, martin
--- Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >Several of you are familiar with our breeding
> program in which we have
> >worked for years to miniaturize the true form of
> the modern TB's using
> >the species I.aphylla We work with the tetraploid 
> (48 chromosome) iris.
> >
> >Here is a picture of Payoff and one of it's
> grandparents Chapeau.
> >Payoff is truly a miniature form of Chapeau.
> >
> >Vicki
> Lovely Vicki! There are so few MTB's available
> commercially in Australia. I 
> am looking forward to growing some of my own from
> seed.
> BTW, I had some lovely blooms on PCI's grown from
> seed that you sent me a 
> couple of years ago! Thanks again Vicki.
> Cheers, Jan Clark
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