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> PAUL BLACK wrote:
> >
> > ....  That is one of the hazards of
> > working with recessive patterns is that they are usually weaker.
> Any ideas about how much of this effect is directly caused
> by the visible recessive patterns, and how much by other genes
> that got concentrated in these cultivars by the line-breeding
> used to develop them?
> Gerry

But as minimum one glaciata iris BURNING BRIGHT (Tompkins'92) is very hardy
and healthy at my garden.

Moscow, Russia

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