Well, I'm speaking as a gardener - not as a hybridizer (because I'm not one). Seedling #3 is absolutely fabulous and I would definitely buy it, your #1 is a close 2nd and your #2 isn't anything to shake a stick at either. But if I could buy only one, #3 would be the one. I can just visualize a clump of that one in my perennial beds. Absolutely beautiful.
On 4/15/07, Margie Valenzuela <IrisLady@comcast.net> wrote:
This particular iris takes one back to the 1898 era of irises. (the Princess Beatrice form) And it came about by crossing 2 irises not so old looking.
Out of Puccini came this: This one is begging to be introduced. Simply fascinating, great growth habits. Your comments are most welcome.
(Photo taken in shade)
(Photo taken in sun)
~ Margie V.
Oro Valley, AZ.
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