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Re: HYB: genetics - IMMORTALITY and pinks

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 1/24/1999 9:16:48 AM Central Standard Time, lmann@icx.net

<< Does CELEBRATION SONG count?  I have a whole litter of puppies from IMM
 X CS, but won't see blooms for another year, at least.  But I can tell
 you what the foliage looks like! :)
 What ya thinkin?

I think you're going to get a bunch of bitone creams--almost white standards
and cream falls, maybe some light yellow amoenas, and some whites.  Try to
breed it back to pink.  I crossed Immortality with Champagne Elegance--had a
reblooming yellow am. that I forgot to bring.  Looking thru my seedling
records makes me sad for all the things I left behind.

Lloyd, I forgot-I also did Immortality X Christa and got all whites.


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