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Re: Tiger Honey - Stalk Production

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Tiger Honey - Stalk Production
  • From: Randy Squires randysiris@juno.com
  • Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2003 20:55:43 -0700

 <sterling_o@yahoo.com> writes:
>  Has anyone been hybridizing with this? 

I did quite a few crosses with Tiger Honey 2 years ago 
and am now seeing the results.
Branching seems fine, but most stalks were short.
These were lined out last December, so didn't get
much growing time, so plants are small, maybe the
plants will be bigger next year and I will have
more height.
Only light traces of broken color so far. I'm finding it
a lot harder to retain the broken color pattern crossing
with plicatas than I thought it would be.
Tiger Honey has always been a reliable bloomer and grower
for me, but always on the short side.

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