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Re:Reverse plicaata

--- In iris-talk@egroups.com, "Christie Pierson" <kenl12@a...> wrote:

> For the hybridizers out there, we have a new seedling that seems to 
be a reverse plicata-amoena. The standards are white ground dotted and 
speckled blue,falls are white ,no haft marks. Very upright closed 
standards hide solid blue stylecrest. We looked in our catalogs and 
noticed most plicatas had their markings on the falls or all around 
the flower ,not just on the top. Is this something new? One can only 
> Thanks again for all the talk
> Christie Pierson, CA, zone 7(sunset book zone 3)  

I havn't heard of or seen anything like this. It does sound very new. 
At this time I have an intergated theory of plicata paterns and would 
be interested in knowing the parentage and number and type of others  
in the cross, to the best of your knowledge. I have had some with a 
lot of markings of standards and almost none on falls but none like 

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