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Re: Seedling 98-134


 I like her. I think she is very pretty and
considering she adds a late color to an otherwise
green iris bed would be an added bonus. I know how
thrilled I was last yr, when I got a very late (July)
bloom on Glitzy.

littlebit

--- iris4u2@comcast.net wrote:

> Need some feed back!  This is seedling 98-134: 
> Pipes of Pan X Woodland Rose
> She appears to be a "Plain Jane"  Iris even with her
> make-up on (rain drops).  She does have a nice beard
> but no frills not that every Iris needs frills.  
> One of her one redeeming attributes is that she will
> still have a few blooms on July 1st sometimes as
> late as July 5th.   Our peak bloom is the last week
> of May so she is very very late.  My question is, 
> should she go the way of the compost pile or should
> I introduce her so others can have the joy of some
> late color in their garden.  The cross was made in
> 1998 so I have kept her around for awhile going back
> and forth, should I or shouldn't I.  I would
> appreciate any help I can get.  Many Thanks.
> 
> Bob in Denver
> Iris4u Iris Garden


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