What criteria do you use to assign a classification? I have so many
registered OGBs that are stubborn about producing seeds that I wonder
about this type of cross that has the appearance of an OGB but might
not be that. Of the few I've bloomed with the OGB- type AB as one
parent, they have all tended to resemble an OGB type bloom rather
than a traditional quarterbred type. The fertility has been a bit
better, but not nearly as reliable as the balanced OGBs that do work
for me. It's a puzzle to me.
Beautiful colors here, BTW.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, smciris@... wrote:
> Because this is from a wide cross (JOINT VENTURE X MESILLA MORN),
> require further testing to assign the correct arilbred
classification code --
> but I sure fell for the color combination because these shades are
so hard to
> get in arilbreds. This flower had just opened -- I'm not sure
whether I got
> another photo after it had fully expanded.
> Sharon McAllister
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