yellow moss

Jeff, I personally wouldnt use any of those yellows. The former two breed light colors, most often, and the last one has plant and petal issues. There are newer, better, stronger yellows to work with.

If you want to take a gamble on an unknown, try Shockwave. I plan to next year, and I think it will be successful as a seed parent. Toprose would definitely be successful on passing on a good yellow + health, and it is a good seed parent. Personally I would stay as far away from pure HT. I think Toprose is about as modern bush as one would want for this.

However, one thing to consider is that the F1 need not be yellow yet. It is probably an easier trait to aquire than crested mossing. Although, trying for 2 birds with one stone is also doable.

Jadae:

Thanks for the information. Sorry I didn’t answer sooner. I’m just now getting back on line after a hard drive upgrade. What a pain.