CHRYSOGRAPHES HYBRIDS (TETRAPLOID)
Hybrids with 4n=80 chromosomes, which can be derived from the same species as diploid Chrysographes hybrids, but have double the number of chromosomes. Such hybrids can either be produced directly by colchicine  treatment or as a result of crosses between  tetraploid parent plants.

Begin the Beguine

First tetraploid T.T.-seedling

SSTT288

 BEGIN THE BEGUINE (Reg. 2000)

First tetraploid TT-seedling

SSTT288




Tetraploid Clarkei-type seedling

Bicolor seedling

SSTT645

Tetraploider Clarkei-Typ Sämling

Bicolor Sämling

Tetraploider Smlg. aus 1999

The following seven rows of pictures show Tetra-Sino-Sibirica seedlings of the third generation produced by use of newly converted plants and the named    
variety BEGIN THE BEGUINE.
 



















SSTT869

SSTT870

SSTT873

SSTT869

SSTT870

SSTT873

SSTT832

SSTT996

SSTT998

SSTT832

SSTT996

SSTT998

SSTT1028

SSTT1033

SSTT1110

SSTT1028

SSTT1033

SSTT1110


SSTT1112



SSTT1112


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