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Hybridizers: Post the Most Distinctive NATURAL Mutation that Occured , 1 by Margiempv

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Margiempv wrote:
I then took this seedling "MY SHASTA" (and used it as the Pod Parent) x FLIGHTS OF FANCY. both of these are also Tall bearded irises.

I crossed these because FOF is considered a luminata, and "My shasta' is an Amoena. I simply wanted to see the varying degrees of colors that would result from these 2 types of classifications.


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