I have seen similar protrusions on the old Zurbrigg TB
Quivering Flame. There were "feathers" on the base of
the standards. Lloyd Zurbrigg called
them "shingles" when I contacted him about them in an
email several years back. I have no idea if they are
transferable to seedlings but I would guess they
--- Vicki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This iris is one of our seedlings that most often
> has these strange
> projections at the base of the standards. Is this
> something one looks
> for when hybridizing for horned iris? Or is it
> just an anomoly that
> will not be passed on to seedlings?
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