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Re: TB: Peach Spot was MED: MTB - Blue Chip Stoc k

From: "Mark, Maureen" <MARKM@tc.gc.ca>

Thanks, Dorothy.  That's quite the lineage.  I'll have to consider getting
it to cross with Sonjah's Selah.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4)

> From: DWiris@aol.com
> In a message dated 4/16/99 4:40:32 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> MARKM@tc.gc.ca 
> writes:
> << I just got the Cayeux catalogue and there's a picture of PEACH SPOT --
> a
>  white with a large pale peach spot on the falls.  I was surprised to see
> it
>  as I didn't think there were any TBs with spots.  Unfortunately, Cayeux
> does
>  not give hybridizer or year in his descriptions.  Does anyone know
> anything
>  else about this one?  >>
> Dear Maureen:
> PEACH SPOT (G. Shoop 73)  TB 36 in.  Sdlg. 68-30-1: (Snow Peach X sib)
> SNOW PEACH (G. Shoop 71)  TB 36 in.  Sdlg. 66-20-2: (Latin Lover X 64-16: 
> (Wine and Roses x (Whole Cloth x pink amoena sdlg.)))
> LATIN LOVER (G. Shoop 69) TB 36 in.  Sdlg. 64-16: ((Inv. pink amoena
> sdlgs. x 
> Whole Cloth) X Wine and Roses)
> WINE AND ROSES (D. Hall 63)  TB 35 in.  From two sdlgs.
> WHOLE CLOTH (P. Cook 58)  TB 36 in. Sdlg. 12555: (Cahokia X 11253: (Blue 
> Rhythm x ((blue sdlg. x Progenitor) x (Distance x blue sdlg.))))
> PROGENITOR (P. Cook R. 51)  IB 15 in.  Light yellow and light violet
> bicolor. 
>  Sdlg. 1346: (Yellow I. reichenbachii X Shining Waters)
> This should give you some background.
> Dorothy Willott

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