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Re: HYB:red amoena

Thanks, Linda and Neil, for the explanations of why a red amoena is a tricky project. I didn't know the red color is so complex.

I haven't signed up for Iris-photos yet, and can't access it this morning to see what has been posted there, or to sign up. Soon, hopefully.

Betty, I'm just starting with bearded iris, and don't anticipate becoming a hybridizer, not anytime soon, anyway! I'm just curious about these things for now. If you'd like to see the kind of red I've been referring to, there are examples at these links, the first of which shows BATTLE ROYAL:


Looks like Iris-photos is available to me now, so I'll go see what's going on there.


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