Fw: [AZ] Unique flower color of azalea Pryored
This E-mail corrects the prior e-mail I sent today.
I don't completely understand your question.
Usually crossing any red flowered azalea with Vittatum will produce some red or purple red flowered seedlings.
If you cross the white flowered Vittatum' with a red flowered azalea which had TWO
red flowered parents, you will likely get 100 % red and purple red seedlings.
There will be no white flowered seedling.
If you cross the striped white flowered Vittatum' with a red flowered azalea that had only ONE red flowered parent, you will likely get about 75 % white and white with red striped
flowered seedlings, and about 25% red and/or purple red seedling.
Do you mean why are Vittatum' seedlings blushed red?
From: Tadeusz Dauksza C
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 9:25 PM
Subject: Re: [AZ] Unique flower color of azalea Pryored
Annette-Could u explain why any of the offsprings of 'Vittatum' as pollen or seed pods have "RED" in them ???Tadeusz- LM- ASA