Posted by: Mayu | May 18, 2008

Hybrid guide


As I’ve finished my tiny flower icons (see above at ACWW icons ) I thought a sweet little hybrid info wouldn’t be bad to test my pics ^^.
So today just a little flower table, I’m sorry… 😉

Roses:
 X = , ,     red X white = pink, red or white
X = , ,     red X yellow= orange, red or yellow
X = ,            red X red = black or red
X = ,            white X white = violet or white
X =                   yellow X yellow = yellow
X = ,            yellow X white = yellow or white
X = , ,     black X violet = blue, black or violet
wilted + =      wilted black rose watered with golden can = golden rose

Tulips:
X = ,            red X red = dark violet or red
X = , ,     red X white = pink, red or white
X = , ,     red X yellow = violet, red or yellow
X = ,            yellow X yellow = dark violet or yellow
X =                   white X white = white
X = ,            white X yellow = white or yellow

Pansies:
X = ,           red X red = violet or red
X = ,           red X white = red or white
X = , ,   red X yellow = orange, red or yellow
X = ,          white X white = blue or white
X = ,          white X yellow = white or yellow
X =                  yellow X yellow =  yellow

Cosmos:
X = ,            red X red = black or red
X = , ,    red X white = pink, red or white
X = ,  ,    red X yellow = orange, red or yellow
X =                   white X white = white
X = ,            white X yellow = white or yellow
X =                   yellow X yellow = yellow
For example: to get pink tulips you have to put a red tulip and a white tulip next to each other. Always put two flowers of the same kind adjacent to each other and some day when you have got luck, a hybrid is growing as a child of them next to the parents flowers. But mostly there are standard colour flowers growing next to them (red, white and yellow). So it is really a rare event that a hybrid will grow in your town.
But to increase the chance of getting hybrids, just put two hybrids of the same kind and the same colour next to each other. That’s my way to produce many hybrids. There the child flowers will almost be hybrids and in the same colour like the parent flowers. I don’t really know what will happen if you put two different hybrid colours adjacent , so if anyone does anything know about this, please tell me that.

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Responses

  1. the ones you called dark violet are actually blue
    (I think…I’ve never grown blue flowers XD and the color of them on my PC looks blue)

    • its just violet

    • no it’s black 😛

      • Its something between violet and black , i think 😀

  2. yes…

  3. lol


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