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Re: Limonada, IB Keppel, '07


Hi Billy,
 
It isn't on my Fertile Intermediate list as being fertile, but there's a good chance it's at least Pod fertile since it's so new. Why don't you try some pollen on it and see!  I'm currently making pods on Protocol IB with Joyce Terry TB, which is pollen parent of Bottled Sunshine IB and Harlow Gold IB.
 
Cheers, Barb
 
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2008 8:09 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Limonada, IB Keppel, '07

This one is a gem!  Does anyone know if it's fertile?
 
LIMONADA
    (Keith Keppel, R. 2006) Sdlg. 99-32A. IB, 26" (66 cm), M
    Sulphur yellow (M&P 10-J-1/2) self; beards yellow orange in throat, yellow at end; glaciata. Sib to Latino. Keppel 2007
    Billy


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