About those markings - - 2 things:
Over the years - I find that when the soil is rich
w/ nutrients - - they are more visible than if they have been sitting in the
same soil for years. I've also noticed that in the spring if the weather has been on the cold
side - - the coloring on the iris is deeper in color and those
markings are more visible. However if the sun is blazing and our
temps are very warm - they are hardly visible - if at all. To answer your
question - - I do think they are normal and part of it's genetic make-up.
Is there a reason why you ask if it's part of the iris? I'm
I hope someone recognizes your "Nice
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 09, 2003 5:46
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB:
Are those virus marks on the standards
? Are these normal ?
> Margie Valenzuela
> Here is a couple of indoor photos of Broadway. I
> iris just before our small freeze here. It's
> nicely in my home. I've grown this one for years -
- but it's the
> first time it has ever rebloomed for me.
> Margie V.
> Oro Valley, AZ.
> Zone 8/9
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