Lace, space, and other anomolies
> I do like Sky Hooks - it is gracious enough to leave off its horns most of
> the time in my garden, and it grows and blooms well, so far.
I would have thought that horns, like color, were genetically controlled. How is it that
sometimes they sometimes show up and sometimes not?
And the really confusing comment-
Tom Tadfor Little wrote:
> It (Batik) is a color-breaking iris; however its "normal" (unbroken) state is
> plicata. So sometimes it will have ordinary plicata blooms.
Under what conditions does it break? Is "breaking" a genetic trait? Are there other
genetic traits that appear or not?
Just when I thought I was beginning to understand a (very) little...
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