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Re: HYB: What is lace?

Bumps and lumps are a frequent feature of the lace character. In some cases 
they are the only clue that the gene is present. The inheritance of lace is 
problematical. In some crosses of lace to lace, few seedlings show any lace while 
others are heavily endowed (afflicted?). Coupled with lace in many lines 
(especially lavenders) is extremely soft substance, although Keppel's line of 
lavender lace is largely free of this.

Fred Kerr 
Rainbow Acres

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