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Re: HYB: Odd Pattern

  • Subject: Re: HYB: Odd Pattern
  • From: "eroctuse2" <EROCTUSE2@aol.com>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 18:14:15 -0000

I really like this one, Thomas. As far as the reasoning behind the pattern, I'm not sure.

Because the identity of my "Alpine Vista" is in question, a friend here suggested I search the archives for 'Alpine Lake' and there's a neat shot of what a late cold snap did to the coloration here:


and here it is normal:


I'd be interested to see how yours develops over time.

Thank-you for sharing the photos.


--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, thomas silvers <tesilvers@...> wrote:
> I haven't noticed this seedling to have this color pattern before, so I'm wondering if it's weather-related, virally-induced or a sport/mutation.
> Has anybody seen this type of pattern before?
> This is one of the KUPARI X rubromarginata seedlings.

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