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(SPEC) 'McMurtrie #ANMc2325'

YYYY, McMurtrie

'McMurtrie #ANMc2325' - It is 2n=18 while the form of danfordiae in commerce is a sterile triploid 3n=27; By collecting a fertile form and crossing it with Iris sophenensis Alan McMurtrie was able to produce the fertile family of cultivars known as Iris x mcmurtiei

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Alan McMurtrie Photo from reticulatas.comAlan McMurtrie Photo from reticulatas.com

References

Awaiting original catalog description
See also 'Atilla'

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-- BobPries - 2011-03-07
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P3070333D.jpgjpg P3070333D.jpg manage 93 K 26 Dec 2021 - 22:59 BobPries Alan McMurtrie Photo from reticulatas.com
P3070334D.jpgjpg P3070334D.jpg manage 99 K 26 Dec 2021 - 22:41 BobPries Alan McMurtrie Photo from reticulatas.com
Topic revision: r2 - 06 Dec 2022, BobPries
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