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Re: re TB: the Pinkest Pink & bin iris


That is a great idea. Where is your website?
Laetitia

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "broue2002 
<chris.darlington@s...>" <chris.darlington@s...> wrote:
> --- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "FRANCELLE EDWARDS" 
> <fjmjedwards@w...> wrote:
> >  
> > I don't know why that's not Beverly Sills.  It sure looks like it 
> to me.
> >  
> > Francelle Edwards    Glendale,  AZ   Zone 9  
> 
> 
> Thanks for this Francelle,
> 
> I'm going to buy Beverly Sills this summer and grow the two side by 
> side.  This is the only way to really find out.
> 
> The bin iris I get at the Quebec equivalent to Home Depot are 
> fabulous. I have gotten some great surprises, my 5 yellow rhizomes 
> bloomed identical to Wild Jasmine and made one hell of a striking 
> clump.  I made a few crosses using pollen from her and am anxious 
to 
> see the results.  I'll post my photo tonight.
> 
> I buy the bin rhizomes around this time, pot them and set them on 
the 
> window ledge.  Winters are long here so doing this is great fun for 
> those with itchy feet.
> 
> I've also ended up with Immortality, Interpol, and some other drop 
> dead unknowns that I'll post tonight as well for fun.  I've also 
had 
> some luck with imported Dutch TB rhizomes blooming true to name, 
> including the lovely chestnut colored Louvois.  A real beauty.
> 
> I plan to have a little section of my web site for Mart and bin 
iris 
> and what they did or didn't look like.  Should be fun.
> 
> Chris


 

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