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Re: HYB: red-pink blends

In a message dated 11/26/2000 12:53:39 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
iris-talk@egroups.com writes:

> The yellow areas and pink areas on the same petal strike me as a pattern 
> effect, not strictly related to color.  Just as we have pink-ground 
> plicatas 
> and bi-colors.
I agree that yellow and pink in the same petal represents a pattern (which I 
call "blend" and is not to be confused with blended colors), but the fact 
remains that here are yellow and pink cells adjacent to each other. Throw 
into the mix that these yellow-pinks have yellow beards.

Fred Kerr

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