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Re: RE: OT Plant cell biology - red

Tigridia probably wasn't the best choice to mention for hybridizing - but
they can be very red.

Another question.  What is the red pigment in Belamcanda.  That can be very
red.  Some Moraea get very close to red too, at least in parts of the
flower, and these are at least in the subfamily Iridoideae.

Check this one out.  That orange is getting pretty close to red, if the
color is accurate.



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