Re: Peach Spot
- Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Peach Spot
- From: Linda Mann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 03 Jan 2004 07:11:09 -0500
And thank you Betty! Oh I would love to see those reblooming
IMMORTALITY/PEACH SPOT kids. I am so glad you are finally in a good
location so you can really 'play' again.
Your description of the bloom stalk production from no foliage matches
the one that produced viable pollen for me. A lollipop on a stick.
I tried several crosses with the small amount of pollen I had year
before last, but I think the only one that set pods was TEA LEAVES. No
successful pods this year.
Yes, you are right that PEACH SPOT is in the bkg of a lot of Niswonger's
yellow/orange amoenas. He was kind enough to fill an order for me very
late this fall & sent me a selection of several of the best of that
group. I can't remember what he said about rebloom potential amongst
them - will go re-read our exchanges of email & post.
Most of the Niswonger amoenas are short, drat.
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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