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photo: Spec-X: Gladbeck Yellow

  • Subject: photo: Spec-X: Gladbeck Yellow
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 22:36:47 EDT

This little iris was hybridized by Harald Mathes of Germany, who does much interspecies work.  In my estimation, he is the current "dean" of interspecies bearded iris hybridizing.  The parentage of Gladbeck Yellow is ((Little Dolly x I. aphylla) X (I. reichenbachii x I. aphylla)) and is supposed to be TET.  It looks like a yellow aphylla.

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