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Re: HYB:IB: Season Ticket/Fruit Cocktail

here is the info from that list..

SEASON  TICKET (Gatty '95)  26" EM, re   Nicely ruffled apricot yellow, 
orange flush; tan falls overlay; w/prominent orange-red beards tipped 
apricot.  Sdlg. Y9-1: Florida Orange X Orange Tiger. Had a tendency at 
Aitken's for 4 falls on some blooms but was voted Best Out-of-Region 
Guest by attendees at Median Fix 1996. Super garden clump; beautiful cut 
flower under artificial light.  5+ votes 1996, new. 4-98, people on the 
IRIS-L are talking about it having more falls than normal too. FERTILE. 
RE: CA (Zone 9).  HM 1997 (50 votes). 2nd Runner-Up, AM 2000 (54 votes). 
2nd Runner-UP, AM 2001 (58 votes). MIS: Write-In, '96; #23 '97, new. D&J 
Meek, Woodland 1999. Keppel, Nicholls 2000. Contemporary (Dyer), 
Friendship, Sutton's 2001. Aitken, Clark, Niswonger, Spruce 2002. 
Schreiners (pic), Superstition, Winterberry 2003. In MIS voting.

FRUIT  COCKTAIL (Keppel '97) 23" M   Nicely ruffled bitone blend. 
Marguerite yellow standards shot light primrose yellow, shaded peach at 
center. Falls yellow ochre w/lower arc of blended marguerite and 
primrose. Beards solid fire red. Low bud count, but prolific stalk 
production to make amends. 1998-After apologizing for low bud count in 
the 1997 catalog, it proved me wrong last Spring!  POD FERTILE. Sdlg. 
92-19A: Florida Orange X Orange Tiger.  HM 1999 (73 votes).   Rainbow, 
Tempo Two 1999. Black, Contemporary (Dyer), D & J Meek, Superstition 
2000. Hermit Medlars Walk 2001. Clark, Keppel, Niswonger, Spanish Fork 
2002. Aitken, Friendship, Malevil, Winterberry 2003. In MIS voting.


Linda Mann wrote:

>Has anybody tried to get seeds from either of these, either as pod or
>pollen parent?
>I know most IBs aren't particularly fertile, but someone here was
>keeping a list of all the IBs that had some fertility.  SEASON TICKET is
>such a reliable bloomer here (tho often with extra petals) and such a
>bright color, I just wondered.  Nothing in the online checklist, but of
>course, the 2000+ R&I data aren't online yet (hint hint...).
>I ask about FRUIT COCKTAIL because it is from the same parents as SEASON
>Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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