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Oops again - Re: ?? Renown closeups

  • Subject: Oops again - Re: ?? Renown closeups
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Thu, 01 Oct 2009 11:00:51 -0400


I apologize - I thought the pink one was a seedling - apparently that's
the parent from MEMPHIS MISS. I was just all excited that RENOWN might
carry t, even tho it's not obvious from the pedigree.

Or better yet, that Betty might have a mislabeled something as nice as
RENOWN but with tttt.

No such luck :-(

SHIRE is described as having some pink, but maybe that's actually pink
looking anthocyanin

SHIRE (Donald Spoon, R. 2005). Sdlg. 97-285A. TB, 34" (86 cm), EM & RE.
S. creamy tan; F. darker creamy tan and pink blend, white area around
beard; beards white tipped yellow orange; ruffled. Matrix X Renown

Linda Mann

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