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TB-REB Cloudless Sunrise

  • Subject: TB-REB Cloudless Sunrise
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 17:53:43 +0100

Going through the archives, I've noticed this iris had not been sent yet, even though it has been referred to sometimes.

 

CLOUDLESS SUNRISE

(O. D. Niswonger, R. 1983),

Sdlg. 11-80. TB, 34" (86 cm), E-M
"S. white, slight apricot streak at midrib; F. lightly ruffled peachy apricot; tangerine beard.

 Coral Strand X Marmalade Skies.

Cape Iris 1984 "

 

 

Has rebloomed last year, and this year too.

Didn't get any pod on it, but it's pollen is very good:

16 seeds on Pink Pele,

35 seeds on Marksman,

31 seeds on little Fire Cracker,

and finally,

45 seeds on Tweety Bird!

 

loïc

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