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From: "Sterling Okase" <sterling_o@hotmail.com>

Hi Talkers,

I just got my AIS bulletin today and unlike some of you out there, I 
ONLY look at the pictures....

Anyway, there is a picture of a new RE MTB called Emma Doodle from 
Charlie Nearpass on page 96. It is a gorgeous, modern looking pink 
with tangerine beards and piecrust ruffling. I am even more fascinated 
with it because it is marked as a rebloomer AND I think it may be a 
tetraploid variety.

My question is that the parentage is very long and includes seedling 
numbers and unknown factors. From the names I recognize, it looks to 
be a tetraploid. Can anyone guess by looking at it's parentage if it 
is truly tetraploid? It's also priced at a whopping $35.00....yikes!

Iris Maniac, 
Sterling (not Innerst) 
Seattle, WA. Zone 8 
And Friday Night Chat-o-phile 

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