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From Tamberg's 2005 website "SIBTOSA HYBRIDS (DIPLOID) Hybrids with 2n=33 chromosomes, which may be derived from the species Iris sibirica, Iris sanguinea, Iris typhifolia on one side and from Iris setosa with its many forms on the other side. Such hybrids are sterile at the diploid level due to significantly different chromosome numbers of the two parents. - Sibtosa hybrids are healthy and hardy garden plants and produce long living clumps."

diploid Sibtosas

Siberian & hookeri



Bering Connection' 'Butterfly Fountain' 'Happy Traveler'
'Gettozo' 'Izzit' 'LillaWeneda'
'Loophole' 'Mauve Snowtop' 'Modelka'
'Pauseback Sibtosa' 'Royal Dolly' 'Starting Sibtosa'
'Tailormade Tekapo'

Tetraploid Sibtosaa

SpxAngenehmeSeereise SpxBlauwal   'Berlin Magenta' 'Berlin Violetta'
SpxDarkRider SpxFurGrossemeister 'Hollen Marathon' 'Lavender Landscape' SpxNorthernPink
SpxNorthernYellow SpxSahnehaeubchen SpxSchneestrum SpxSibtosaDuchess
SpxSibtosaDuke SpxSibtosaKing SpxSibtosaPrincess SpxSibtosaQueen
SpxSibtosaRuffles SpxSibtosaWave SpxSibtosaWine SpxWaveEncore


'Berlin Chrytosa' SpxSchneestrum


'Bluebird Fountain'

Sibtosa & versicolor

SpxStrongPersonality SpxThreeContinents

Siberian & Sibtosa


Sibtosa & setosa

-- Main.RPries - 2011-03-07
Topic revision: r8 - 20 Oct 2022, BobPries
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