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Re: Re:MTB seedling

  • Subject: Re: Re:MTB seedling
  • From: Vicki <jvickic@comcast.net>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 12:39:03 -0700

Very interesting veining , Chuck, I like it. It certainly sounds like it has the qualities that meet the MTB class.

My understanding of the species X class is: for iris that did not meet the description for a recognized classification AND that had at least one parent that was a species not a hybrid.  Hey, every iris on todays market has a species somewhere in it's background, but that doesn't qualify it for the Species X class.

irischapman@aim.com wrote:

This is an MTB seedling, diploid. Has I. vriagata regina on both
parents side. Has light plicata stitching on both standards and falls.
Long bloom season with two-three branches and four buds per socket for
total of 11 -13 buds. Fertile both ways.

It could be introduced as MTB or interspecies hybrid

More seedling photos on website <chapmaniris.com>

Chuck Chapman

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