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Re: Re:Re: RE Odd plicata markings


I would say this is not a plicata, but also that the colour base is
primarily an anthocyanin rather than a lycopene or similar. Don't forget
that the anthocyanin colour range goes from blue to a rosy colour, it just
doesn't extent into red.
In CFY  there does appear to be a faint overall pink wash on the falls which
enchances the anthocyanin colour. Great grower and parent.

But I think Chuck's seedling with orange stripes is interesting, however
xanthine striping does occur in others, such as Sunkist Delight, but perhaps
not so obvious.


Colleen Modra
Adelaide Hills AUST
zone 8/9




----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Linda Mann" <lmann@volfirst.net>
To: "iris- talk" <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2005 12:39 AM
Subject: [iris] Re:Re: RE Odd plicata markings


> Chuck, are you interested in this color pattern just in medians?
>
> TB CRAZY FOR YOU looks like it's pink striped on white ground, amoena.
> This will be its second bloom season here - fertile both ways last
> spring & seems to be doing well here.  Maybe somebody has a photo - I
> didn't take any.
>
> Best germination so far this winter is of CFY crossed with my somewhat
> messy hafted rosy lavender amoena (from IMM X CELEBRATION SONG - dom
> amoena?).  Have no idea quite what to expect, but should be fun.
>
> <I'm looking for ones with no anthocyanin which in this case would be
> pink or
>                    orange stripes on white ground.  Chuck.>
>
> --
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