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Re: Typical Seeds Resulting from Tectorum X Bearded

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Typical Seeds Resulting from Tectorum X Bearded
  • From: "Christopher Darlington" chrisdarlington@videotron.ca
  • Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 03:54:14 -0000


Judging by the look of your pods, it seems as if you're harvesting 
them a bit early, no ?  Maybe you'd benefit from allowing them mature 
a little bit furthur.  I usually wait until they turn yellow and start 
to spilt.  Regardless, continue to have fun with this project, some of 
your seedlings are very elegant.

I have some hybridizing goals that I can't even get started on due to 
the climate up here North of Montreal, but I continue to try anyway.  
Keeps me out of trouble ;-)


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