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Re: MTB: 'Preference' and 'Fairly Dancing'

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] MTB: 'Preference' and 'Fairly Dancing'
  • From: little bit littlebit63_38024@yahoo.com
  • Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 08:10:32 -0700 (PDT)


(Kenneth Fisher, R. 2001). Sdlg. 95-6. MTB 21" (53 cm)
"S. cream ground, violet and tan plicata dotting;
style arms similar, darker crests; F. light cream,
margin lightly dotted violet to tan; beards cream. M9:
(K4: (((Buenita x Amethyst Sunset) x Elfin Coach) x
(Blue Bisque x unknown)) x I-6: (((Consummation x Slim
Jim) x Drady's Girl) x (Like a Melody x Puppy Love)))
X Carolyn Rose., Aitken 2001. " 


(Opal Wulf, R. 1998). Sdlg. 55-93-9. MTB 25" (64 cm)
"S. violet, white area on either side of midrib; style
arms violet; F. lighter violet, white area at end of
yellow beard. Lisette X Snickerdoodle., Wulf's
Backachers 1998.

--- thomas silvers <tesilvers@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Does anyone know the parentage of these two MTB's
> that
> are blooming for me now? 
> 'Preference' (the plicata) looks to be a typical
> diploid MTB but 'Fairly Dancing' is "chunky" enough
> to
> make me wonder if it might be a tetraploid MTB.
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