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Hybridizing questions

        If one wanted to breed for a "black" rebloomer, I would assume you would
cross Black iris with various rebloomers ? 

        What color of rebloomers might be most likely to throw blacks in this 
situation ? Those with recessive coloration, and/or those closest to black ie. 
dark blue or wine ?

        To breed for rebloom are rebloomers the best parents or are certain 
non-rebloomers more likely to throw rebloomers ? ( I remember Lloyd mentioning 
several iris which yielded reblooming sibs ie. Victoria Falls)

        That's enough for now, TIA

        Chad Schroter
        Los Gatos CA
        Burying the formidable oxalis pres-caprae with newspaper and mulch

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