Thank you, Bob.
I am testing some of mine right now at our cabin which is at 6500’
I hear it snowed up there Sunday also. They get well neglected up there in
cold, wind and hot sun. Often they
go without water for a month or more when we are too busy here to get up there
and take care of them. Those that
do well in those conditions should be good irises. Some do better than they do down here in
Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ Zone 9
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 6:49
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB:
Hyb: More seedlings
Francelle, If you need another garden, another growing
condition to test your seedlings in I've got some extreme conditions your
not going to get in Arizona. I could find some space. That applies
to anyone else who would like to test there seedlings in Colorado's up's and
down's. The snow is melting fast, should all be gone by tomorrow.
60's today 70's tomorrow - Bright Blue sky and sunshine - sunscreen
advised at a Mile High.
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Here are two more seedlings that got “Keep
Stakes” today. The first
needs ruffles, but I love the colors.
It is from Be Mine X (Pink Lenox X Celebration Song). It’s tangerine beards end in fuzzy
The second is from (Coral Point X Pond Lily). Its beards end in an odd streak that
divides the falls. Now if I could
just get the colors of the first with the form of the second… Hope
springs eternal, so I’ve heard.
Francelle Edwards Glendale,
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