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HYB: Glaciata

Hi all,
I have been lucky enough to have germinate 8 seeds out of 10 from a pod from 

AR is a Barry Blyth TB from plicata breeding, but showing no plicata 
markings. The standards are lemon yellow, and the falls pale creamy white.
GODDESS is a Keppel, apricot pink glaciata.

Anyone care to predict what might come of this cross, providing my seedlings 
survive? I'm wondering what would be the chances of a bloom with apricot 
pink standards, and cream/white falls.

Jan Clark, in Australia, with lots of last years seedlings looking like 
blooming over the next few weeks, and already getting excited about next 
springs seedling bloom.
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