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Re: Iris 101

If you want some idea how things will come out try looking at what
hybridizers are using in their crosses.  If you find the same iris over and
over in the pedigrees of iris you like then this would be something you
might use in your program also.  If you cross two iris with nice shape of
flower and good growing charicteristics some of their offspring should
inherit some of the good qualities of their parents, some will be
throwbacks and get the bad they will be your throwaways.  With the
varibility of color with iris you never know there; but the world of Irises
does discuss its inheritibility in a chapter at the back of the book.  Good
                							Theresa Yates

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