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Re: Debbie Rairdon

In a message dated 12/31/2000 1:37:44 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
iris-talk@egroups.com writes:

> I'll sumarize the message as it got edited out in the forward. Bill 
> indicated that in an article about Mrs. Kuntz she mentioned that she 
> had made only one cross. This was two pinks. All of the flowers were 
> pinks and dogs except for the last one to bloom which was DR. The rest 
> is history.

Will someone hazard a guess how two pinks can turn up a yellow?  It would 
appear that the speculated parentage is incorrect.
Fred Kerr
Rainbow Acres

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