The banding on Jazz band is usually a multiple dosage Is . That is dominant amoena. The multiple Is genes have the effect of pushing anthocyanin further from centre of falls
So you should get a good number of amoenas from this cross. Assuming HOM doesn't have Is. Can't tell as no anthocyanin to distribute in HOM
Plus a few solid purple/maroons (perhaps even no solid anthrocyanin plants). And a few solid yellows (assuming no t, tt or ttt in HOM, in which case some plants with orange ground or solid orange plants.
Havn't worked it all out in detail for ratios so an on the fly interpretation of expected children.
From: Linda Mann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tue, May 11, 2010 12:12 pm
Subject: [iris-photos] HYB: TB: HoM X Jazz Band
Another HoM seedling with decent form. Nice saturated gold color.
Chuck, others with experience with inheritance of band from JAZZ BAND -
do you know how it's inherited?
Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7