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Re: Yellow Glaciata Seedling 3800-M

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Yellow Glaciata Seedling 3800-M
  • From: "Dan Meckenstock" <dmeck@eaglecom.net>
  • Date: Wed, 07 Apr 2004 16:41:24 -0000

Dan's Reply:

Thanks for getting back to me. I'm not sure the lemon ice has been 
identified genetically, that's why I am interested in this seedling. 
If you have the time/garden space, I'd like to suggest you self 
pollinate 3800-M this Spring. I'd like to know if it throws any 
white, cream, pink, or orange flowered plants. This would go a long 
way in clasifying it.

The pink cross will be interesting, but you will not know which 
parent is contributing the color if you get something other than 
yellow or pink. If you get some whites out of the pink x yellow 
cross you made last year, then there is hope you can develop the 
line to get darker/deeper yellows/pinks. What other colors are in 
your pink ground luminata? You could be in for a surprise if you 
opened up the anthocyanin pathway.

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "J. Paul Hill" 
<lacedgables@y...> wrote:
> Dan:  Thanks for noticing my glaciata seedling.  It was really a 
treat to see it bloom last year.  If you live in Calif. or oare 
going to the convention, Superstition Gardens have a few plants 
growing there.  It multiplied quickly but this will only be its 
second year bloom.  I was able to cross it to a pink ground luminata 
seedling that I have that is a TB.  Those seeds will sprout this 
year I hope... I would love to see it cross to a SDB.
> I don't know what the difference between a lemon-ice or a 
glaciata, but it is a reverse amoena glaciata.  The only one that I 
know of in a Median.....I'll post any results on this site but it 
may be a year or so....I'll be posting other things soon,,,,,,Paul
> Dan Meckenstock <dmeck@e...> wrote:
> Your yellow glaciata seedling 3800-M caught my eye. Appears to be 
> nice clean glaciata.  Would you call it a lemon-ice or something 
> else? Have you self polinated it? I'd like to know what color 
> segregates you get out of it.  It would help you classify it if 
> you decide to release.

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