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Re: HYB: Glaciata


Jan

Given that Alpine Regoin is from plicata breeding (Billows x Harmonics
seedlin) and is also therefore glaciata you could get almost anything.
Fairly certainly AR will carry anthocyanin genes (blue, rose etc) as well as
the gene for switching them off and Goddess may also. So in effect you could
get almost any colour with a high prob of plicata in those anthocyanin
coloured ones. Could be very interesting to see how that wide variety of
genes is dealt out.

Have fun
Colleen Modra
-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>
To: iris-talk@egroups.com <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Date: Friday, 11 August 2000 8:06
Subject: [iris-talk] HYB: Glaciata


>Hi all,
>I have been lucky enough to have germinate 8 seeds out of 10 from a pod
from
>the cross GODDESS X ALPINE REGION
>
>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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