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RE: Re: Let's improve the register!

  • Subject: RE: Re: Let's improve the register!
  • From: "Char" <cholte@wi.rr.com>
  • Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 16:19:29 -0600
  • Thread-index: Acc4Jb0M4rj1BjQ/S+CBDxALFgWJaQABDDYg


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New Berlin WI


From: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com [mailto:iris-photos@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Kris Jensen
Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2007 3:48 PM
To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re:Let't improve the register!


I have some clumps of the same iris, given to me by a friend. They are
prolific and always put on a wonderful display. My only complaint is
that they often need staking - the stalks aren't quite sturdy enough to
support the open flowers.

Kris Jensen
zone 4b/5 - Wauwatosa, WI

Jack Carter wrote:

> I am not a fluent as the Dutch are in other languages,
> but my forays in German, French and Spanish have made
> it clear that there is often no direct translation
> from one language to another, especially when it comes
> to a artistic description.
> It would seem to me that over time there will be a
> need to increase the name space exponentially and
> using different languages would be an ideal method
> since iris folks tend to like non-boring alphanumeric
> classifications such as ru-125,sf-398 which if done
> with a globally excepted code that describes a
> particular plant's color (colour ;-)) and qualities,
> would help enormously in catagorization, sorting and
> search. Not much fun for the sellers that peddle
> partially in romance though.
> I relatively new to this hobby, so if there is already
> a coded name that goes with romantic one, great!
> The problem will come with mixing different alphabets.
> I'm not sure how arabic will come across.
> That said, attached (hopefully) is a picture of the TB
> iris that have been in my yard for decades and has
> survived untold abuse and still thrives. No clue of
> its name though. Anyone know?
> Thanks,
> Jack
> Jack Carter
> jackcarter@yahoo.com <mailto:jackcarter%40yahoo.com>
> ----------------------------------------------------------

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