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Photos: 3 more pumila seedlings from that same cross
  • Subject: Photos: 3 more pumila seedlings from that same cross
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2013 03:18:04 -0400 (EDT)

I am adding 3 more photos from that same pumila cross below.  (And by the way, don't be misled by places selling small iris labeled pumilas.  They are selling dwarf bearded iris that usually are just SDBs.  A true I. pumila is a wild species that grows from Austria to the Ural mountains in eastern Russia.  These various iris can be then crossed to create pumila hybrids.)
seedling 4 (white shoulders/burgundy spot):
seedling 6 (angel-wing spot):
seedling 7 shows hail damage; (spot is brown outlined turquoise):

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