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Re: Re: Seedlings


Thanks :-)  Several of the seedlings bloomed but some of them were
incredibly ugly and went directly into the compost heap.  

Thanks to everybody for the kind words.

Chris 4b

lmmunro wrote:
> These are great! I like them both. Are these the only 2 that bloomed
> from that cross?
> Laetitia
> --- In iris-photos@y..., Christopher Darlington
> <chris.darlington@s...> wrote:
> > Here are two seedlings from a fun fertility test.  Champagne
> Elegance X
> > Lent A Williamson.  Both are Border Bearded this year, both are
> from the
> > same pod.
> >
> > I was hoping to get some  variation from these seedlings because it
> was
> > a strange wide cross and I definitely got it.
> >
> > Chris
> > Lafontaine Quebec 4b
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