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Re: Mathes Seedling

>Here is Harald Mathes' seedling of Tet OG X i. schachtii.  I haven't seen an
>iris with more aril-looking flowers and such a well-branched stalk.  Mathes
>reports that it is fertile, and he has crossed it with a colchicine treated
>i. barnumae X i. furcata seedling hoping for a race of small well-branched
>Lowell Baumunk

Harald strikes again!  Yet another gorgeous seedling.  Lowell, are you
growing that here?  Or did he email you the photo?  Do you know what the OG
aril ancestry is?

I am trying to grow some of Harald's other stuff (Anacrusis, Heimdall,
etc.) and I am hoping for bloom this season.

Dennis Kramb; dkramb@badbear.com
Cincinnati, Ohio USA; USDA Zone 6; AIS Region 6

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