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Re: Intermediate Bearded Iris and Fertility

It's the next generation I'm interested in. I'm certainly interested in
discussion of fertile IB's Loic, and in seeing photos of their seedlings BUT I
want to know what people are getting from those seedlings. So far I don't
recall seeing any grandchildren of IB's other than the grandchildren of Zing
Me. Barry Blyth said he had extremely poor fertility, pod set, germination and
survival of seedlings from the next generation on, and I have found the same
here. What are others finding? I find it hard to believe there is no one out
there who isn't trying to breed from the seedlings they are getting from IB
Cheers, Jan
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