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Re: BB calico cat's pod parent Miss Nellie

  • Subject: Re: BB calico cat's pod parent Miss Nellie
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Sun, 25 May 2008 06:29:01 +0200

Hello Barb,
 
Calico Cat looks a lot like it's pol parent BB-Miss Nellie :

MISS NELLIE

(J. Burch, R. 1979) Sdlg. 38-2. BB, 27" (69 cm), E-M
S. greyed yellow (RHS 160C) blended with pale violet (84D); F. dark red-violet (71A) edged with light violet (80B); yellow-green (153D) beard. Child Star X Mexicali. Burch 1983, , Knowl 1990

 

 

with the higher part of the fall darker, it's very distinctive.

Of course, it has an incredibly stronger texture. And gives babies with wonderful shape (when it does get pregnant...)
Never got anything with its pollen, wanted to try this year again, but rain started today on its first day of opening.
 
 
In the background, must be IB-Brighten Up, a child of a Fringe Benefit's sib.
This bed no longer exists and i don't keep the olds maps, but it looks like its way of holding its falls.
Tried to pollinate it so many times in vain, i no longer try.
 
An easier to pollinate very bright orange with much better texture is BB-Frizzy Lizzy, with also a much better shape.
 
Cheers to you too,
 
Loïc
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, May 25, 2008 4:32 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] BB calico cat Lankow 1988

So that's what Calico Cat looks like. I think mine is misnamed! Mine is a broken color, so I thought it was Maria Tormena instead, but it doesn't look like Judy's.  Sigh.
 
What is that red and yellow one blooming in the background? That's real bright!
 
Cheers, Barb in SW Missouri
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2008 1:01 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] BB calico cat Lankow 1988

 

And this is the difficult-to-pollinate pod parent of the two sdlgs i posted yesterday:

CALICO CAT

(Carol Lankow, R. 1988) Sdlg. 7845-3. BB, 20" (51 cm), M-L
S. soft light yellow; F. light sea lavender violet, red wine hafts; yellow beard; slight sweet fragrance. 7579-2: (Andi x 7138-1: (65J2, pink TB x Yellow Dresden)) X Miss Nellie. Kirkland Iris 1989, HM 1991, AM 1993, Knowl 1995

 

 

 

It's been used once in :

DOLGIY RAZGOVOR

(Sergey Loktev, R. 2005) Sdlg. 00-745-2. BB, 24" (62 cm), VE-M
S. and style arms mustard yellow, style arms light beige midrib; F. bordeaux, mustard olive rim, bordeaux marks on cream yellow hafts; beards yellow. Calico Cat X Hotdogs and Mustard. Loktev 2006

and one that has the same parentage has been used in :

SNOW SEASON

(Evelyn Jones, R. 1992) Sdlg. I89-24-4. SDB, 14" (36 cm), M
White self; pale lilac pink beards. Lankow 7B45-3-2: ((Andi x (pink TB sdlg. x Yellow Dresden)) x Miss Nellie) X Blue Line sib. Bennett Jones 1993, HM 1995

       

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