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{Disarmed} temperature or day lenght

  • Subject: {Disarmed} [iris-photos] temperature or day lenght
  • From: "alexisn pardo" orquiven@cantv.net
  • Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2006 01:13:16 -0400

Hello iris -group 
Are Louisiana  Iris estimulated to bloom by warm temperature or a previous winter or by day lengh or both? and is this or these factors a most to make them bloom ? Are there varieties that will not depend very strictly to these factors to bloom ? Are there varieties that have a long period for blooming or are they all very seasonal ? Can they be hybridiced with Neomaricas that grow and bloom with no problem in my very tropical conditions in Venezuela?
Sorry for so many questions. The Louisiana Iris book I ordered have not arrive jet , maybe it will answer all my questions .
Regards, Alexis
Alexis J. Pardo Isla
Tlf. 58 243 2618009
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2006 10:11 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Central Iris Database

Presently the American Iris Society publishes a number
of descriptive checklists. But a massive image databse
of the 70,000 cultivars has yet to be created.
Already two groups have created illustrated checklists
and it is only a matter of time and energy before all
Irises will have image databases. Check out the Aril
Society international. The Dwarf Iris Society is
working on an illustrated checklist and so is the
Median iris Society. Thes Spuria Society has one in
print but is very hard to come by since it is printed
a few copies at a time. Check out the SIGNA species
database. Jonathon if you would like to work on such a
project volunteers are always welcome.

--- Jonathan <jfew@bigpond.com> wrote:

> Once again let me say what a joy it is to belong to
> this group and to
> see so many breathtaking plants on display in
> member's photographs. As
> some of the memembers may recall i inherited some of
> my late parents
> collection and as they are about to bloom, i was
> wondering IF there
> exists a Central Database of Bearded Irises on the
> Internet, that i
> could log onto and compare my flowers with those
> named by other members.
> I dont mind how many links i get as long as we can
> cover the plants i
> have thriving here. Best wishes to all.
> Jonathan

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