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Re: HYB: pumila spot

Hi Martin,
  Are you trying to work with SDBs, IBs or TB's?  Maybe I'm wrong, but I don't think there is really anything in TBs that has a true pumilla spot.  Barry Blyth's IB Ingeniuos does, not sure if it is fertile at all.
  I'll post a picture of Ingenious on iris-photos for you.
  Robin Shadlow
  zone 5 NE 

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