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Re: HYB: Dusky Grape X Romantic Evening
  • Subject: Re: HYB: Dusky Grape X Romantic Evening
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 12:54:47 -0400


What? A perfect iris? ;-) Thanks Tom. Its only real faults are the
wide spacing between flowers and height. It's just too tall to be
'safe'. Shorter and smaller flowers this year, but was a monster that
fell last year. I suspect in "good" growing conditions, you'd want it
well away from the house in case it fell ;-) We'll see if it makes a
nice clump. Or if one of them does. Three pretty similar seedlings.

Which one do you like best? - attaching both before group shot and after

> Hi Linda,
> I really liked:
> d13_x_rom_eve033.JPG
> and can't see what more you could possibly ask from it.
> Pretty!!!
> Tom

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