Desert Moonlight does well here in the desert too. The falls curve inward more on mine.
I enjoy all your pictures.If you didn’t point out their faults, I would never notice them.
Francelle EdwardsGlendale, AZZone 9
-----Original Message----- From: Donald Eaves
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent:Tuesday, April 13, 2004 To: email@example.com Subject: [iris-photos] desert
OGB type AB. Lois Rich by James Whitely,
'90. I have a load of photos this year and not a one is very good. This,
though slightly blurred, gives the best effect of how it actually looks here.
There are a number of ABs in the color range, but this one seems quite distinctive
to me. It somehow just doesn't have the same look as the rest. The
signal area is sort of a henna red, but it can be darker to a more faded
color. I have lots of seedlings on the premises using the pollen. It's white
over yellow is very strong so far and all I've seen are offspring via several
TBs. There is a pot full of seedlings with ZERZURA as the other parent.
I'd expect it to be strong on that cross. It's been a good grower and
willing bloomer for me for several years.
Donald Eaves firstname.lastname@example.org Texas Zone 7b, USA