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Re: new bloom

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: new bloom
  • From: "lmmunro" <lmmunro@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 17:25:24 -0000

   Yes...they can hybridize on their own....Do you deadhead the 
flowers, or just leave them form pods on their own? If you don't pick 
dead flowers off, than its very likely that is what happened... 
Its really pretty....have never seen one quite like it....

--- In iris-photos@y..., "Pearl Doyle" <doyle@o...> wrote:
> I have a new bloom this morning and hope someone might help with 
> identity. It is in a bed that has been planted for about ten years. 
This is
> the first time I remember seeing this one. Can iris hybridize on 
their own?
> It is between a group of yellow on one side and purple/wine irises 
on the
> other side.
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