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Re: Re: HYB: HIST: help - "red" umbratas?


Linda  --  You've got a good eye.  The cross is 93L6:(WABASH x a yellow
bitone resulting from a cross between WABASH and a yellow seedling of either
Earl Roberts or Crossman  --  record lost) x CHINESE TREASURE.  --  Griff

----- Original Message -----
From: "Linda Mann" <lmann@volfirst.net>
To: "iris- talk" <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, January 24, 2005 6:37 AM
Subject: [iris] Re: HYB: HIST: help - "red" umbratas?


> Griff, that is a wonderful example!
>
> I assume that's from one of your WABASH lines.  It pretty clearly shows
> the blue and yellow do NOT match perfectly in this seedling.
>
> Which is not to say that there might not also be a yellow 'umbrata' that
> <would> match if it were crossed with WABASH.
>
> What's the rest of the pedigree?
>
> I ran across some more last night: BRISTO MAGIC and REPARTEE.
> Unfortunately, BRISTO MAGIC has WHOLE CLOTH in its background.  REPARTEE
> looks more interesting:
>
> REPARTEE   (C & K Smith, R. '66). 64-36. TB, 30", E-M-L, Y4R.     S
> ivory-yellow (Ridgway 21F); F carmine and oxblood red with ivory border.
> Grosvenor X Paradox.     Moldovan '68.
>
> GROSVENOR  (C & K Smith, R. '60). 59-12. TB, 34", E-ML,, V3. "S
> campanula violet; F Victoria violet, white blaze around yellow beard.
> (South Pacific x Elizabeth Noble) X Bright Hour. Smith '64."
>
> PARADOX  (C & K Smith, R. `60). 59-9. TB, 42", E-M-L, Y3.    S mimosa
> yellow; F saffron yellow; cadmium-orange beard. Happy Birthday X
> Maytime x (Helen Collingwood x (Ex travaganza x Royal Diadem))). Smith
> `64.
> --
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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