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Re: self pollination

john walker wrote:
> hey guys i have a question. by the way i am john walker region 8.
> what happens to irises that get self pollinated. i have many spent
> blooms that have huge swelling seeds pods....thanks for any info..
> john walker


Someone once told me that self pollination is the ultimate in line
breeding.  Like Walter told us if you like the pod parent, harvest the
seeds and plant them out.  If you get anything good you know at least
one parent.  Pod parent X unknown.

Rick Tasco
Superstition Iris Gardens
Central California
Zone 8

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