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Re: PHOTO AB Seedling


Elm,

As for color, you're in THORNBIRD territory.  You might find that a 
change of climate or growing conditions could clean up the 
muddiness.  This was the case with some of the plants I brought from 
my old garden when I moved.

The signal is awesome !!!

Chris
--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Elmsterj@a... wrote:
> Here is a photo of the first bloom on an arilbred seedling of 
mine.  The 
> parentage is (Syrian Moon X Vision Quest) X Barbarella.  The 
signals are huge 
> and a real knockout.  However, the falls are a bit muddy.  Perhaps 
this will 
> clear up next year, as often happens with seedlings.
> 
> Elm


 

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