Re: Proposed Experiment
At 07:04 PM 11/23/96 -0500, you wrote:
>>I'd like to suggest crossing MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION (or any of my other
>>signal-bearing quarterbreds) onto pink-ground bicolors. That's the color
>>pattern than has given me the highest percentage of signals in my crosses
>>for quarterbreds. Sharon McAllister
>Will MAG. OBS. grow here in east Tennessee? Come to think of it, will any
>pink-ground bicolor tall bearded iris grow here? Pink iris in general don't
>do very well in our climate and soils.
>What does MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION look like?
>Linda Mann firstname.lastname@example.org USA
Sharon, for those of us who are real beginners could you identify an example
of a pink-ground bicolor TB? Maybe pick some examples from the last
Schreiner's catalog if you have one. I need help visualizing it. Would
this be something with pink standards and slightly different pink falls, but
with some other color splashed or stitched on the standards or falls?
-Donald (tired from hauling horse manure all day)
AIS, HIPS, SPCNI, IRIS-L
North Augusta, South Carolina, USA
On the South Carolina and Georgia Border