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Re: 8+12+12+12

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] 8+12+12+12
  • From: craigiris@ipns.com
  • Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 18:49:40 -0800

With a chromosome count, which we have not done, I cannot honestly claim
the 12-12-12-8 count, however, here is a photo of a small iris - which
is the result of a 48C X SDB cross. It involves Chartres MTB (48c) X
Pele (SDB). It really is nearer 17" in it's first year bloom. We always
grow our seedlings for a minimum of 4 years before considering them for
introduction. To us, this is not intro quality.  However, it has a very
distinct red spot on a bright yellow background.

Now that I have written this, I realize the photo will not come through
as I am replying through iris-talk so I shall send you a photo direct. 


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