Connie, with a few exceptions (i.e., the pot of PURPLE SERENADE & some
of Lloyd's intros & my seedlings from some of his) almost everything
that wasn't covered looks that way here as well. A few older odds &
ends are also ok, including that late blooming bronze NOID that I've
been using some for breeding. Some of my unprotected seedlings from IMM
etc look a little better, but are definitely not "ok".
I'm curious - do you have IMMORTALITY, HARVEST OF MEMORIES, or ENGLISH
COTTAGE? Do they look like this also?
> Almost all of my iris look like the first picture. I am only hoping that the plants will survive....I expect no bloom this year,
> Connie Eggen
> Zone 5
> Warsaw, Mo
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