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Re: Re: band and bleed TB seedling

  • Subject: Re: Re: band and bleed TB seedling
  • From: "Michael Sutton" <orders@suttoniris.com>
  • Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 08:51:36 -0700

yes, these are all typically tall, well branched and budded with large flowers and good growth habits.  The double/triple banded and bleeds have come from two different lines, one out of Mountain Sunrise and one out of Fall Enterprise and it's sib.  the earlier posted one is from the Fall Enterprise line, the attached is from the Mtn. Sunrise line.  the bleeding band is much wider and more saturated in the Mtn. Sunrise line and usually has some interesting erractic veining.  this line has been kicking out rims on the falls that are two different colors, not as defined on this flower as some of the others but you can kind of see it with the purple violet color on the shoulders to about 1/2 way around the falls where it turns into a more brownish color.  now to get some more variation in the standards..
thanks for the reply
best regards
----- Original Message -----
From: Linda Mann
Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 2009 8:04 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: band and bleed TB seedling

Not exactly pretty color, Mike, but wonderful patterning.

Seems like someone posted that it was hard to get away from median
traits in seedlings from Ring Around Rosie et al. You having better
luck with your lines?
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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