Elm, This should be a good one to work with since it is a
RH with a signal which is unusual.
More important it might be an opening to fertile arilpum
seedlings. We need those badly. Since it has regelia in it, that may make the
difference in pod fertility for arilpums which, so far, has eluded us. Do you
have an idea yet when you will introduce it?
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Sent: Monday, May 14, 2007 8:07 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Photo: Aril
This is a new pure aril seedling of mine out of my RH seedling (Merlin's
Magic X Vera). It is very rich in its tones and has lovely purple beards
inside the standards and on the falls.
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