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Re: AB: shoe brown seedling

  • Subject: Re: AB: shoe brown seedling
  • From: "donald" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 02:08:43 -0000

Brock,

I think good growth will be a good thing prior to moving. I'm glad
you're trying the ABs and I hope you have succes with them. And good
luck on the hybridizing. I hope to see the results one day.

Donald

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "eroctuse2" <EROCTUSE2@...> wrote:
>
> That's a gorgeous seedling Donald. I'm almost as determined to see
a
> chocolate brown iris as I am to see an emerald green. Having just
> started my attempts at hybridizing it will be a while before I see
> anything like that, but I sure like looking at yours.
>
> Thank-you for sharing these. I got your message about the other
> seedling and I'm very excited about that. Thank-you for keeping me
in
> mind.
>
> I'm expecting several AB blooms this year and I'll be sure to share
> them especially now that I know you'll be holed up from the heat
when
> they should be in bloom. I only have a few so far, and I've only
> seen 'Oyez' in person, but several of my newer plants have the
right
> fan formations for blooms.
>
> Now that more of my plants are waking up, I think this is going to
be
> a very good year in my garden. I already thought it would be good,
> but the more growth they show the more fans I expect to bloom.
Let's
> hope we don't get another hard freeze like last year because this
> should be my garden's best year yet (just in time to move the whole
> thing to
> the new property).
>
> Brock
>



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