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Re: TB HYB seedling 3-1800r

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB HYB seedling 3-1800r
  • From: "merle roberts" <shoptalk@vib.tv>
  • Date: Sun, 4 Jul 2004 16:48:09 -0700

Am I correctly interpreting the finish on seedling 3-1800r?

No it doesn't have that velvet mat finish that 97-88a has. It has a lot of
substance with the most saturation of color that I've seen with a near black
iris. I've used this iris as a pollen parent with a lot of blacks and
purples this year.  I do have other seedlings from this same cross that I'm
watching also. Ghost Train is a great iris.  3-188r is a breeder and I might
be taking 2 steps backwards as a result of using it. Time will tell.


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