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Re: Tetraploid MTB: Smash

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] Tetraploid MTB: Smash
  • From: Vicki Craig vicki_c@comcast.net
  • Date: Sun, 08 May 2005 20:50:25 -0700

Hi Sterling,
Great photos. So nice to know our iris are thriving!

Here is a photo taken today of a seedling MTB we have lined out for 
introduction.  3-4 branches, 8 buds, short foliage. a rich fuchsia with 
a very reddish/orange beard.   It has pollen.  blooms 3"w X 2  1/2" h.
Will also send photo of another MTB seedling. Please let me know if you 
like them.

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