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Re: Transfering genes

--- In iris-talk@y..., jpvhook@a... wrote:
> Martin,
>   Where would you get Colchicine ? I had wanted to do some crosses
on I. 
> Pallida
> Vareigata . For stable variegated foliage . I know this would be
long term 
> but it would be great !!! 
>                                                         John Van Hook
>                                                     Zone 6
Somerset,Ky. USA

Brad Kasperek of Zebra Gardens offers a tetraploid version of "Silver
Zebra". I have no information on the history of this. I have obtained
a piece this year and will have to wait to see it perform in the garden

Chuck Chapman

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