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Re: sdlg2k-167

Hi Janet,
It would certainly help to have a plicata in it's background.
Mike is right about crossing back with broken color for the 
next generation. I'm crossing back and forth with a seedling 
from Fancy Woman and another seedling with Epicenter,
also some other seedlings with Gnus Flash in them.
The more stock I get with broken color, luminata and plicata
the better my chances will be in the future.
Brad Kasperek told me i think that crossing Broken Color X
Plicata only results in 2 of 8 being broken color, so it's a long
road unless you have lots of broken color iris blooming at the
same time.
Thanks for your reply,
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