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{Disarmed} Re: RE: Picture request--Sacred Harp.

  • Subject: {Disarmed} Re: [iris-photos] RE: Picture request--Sacred Harp.
  • From: "Linda Hunt" nakihee@gmail.com
  • Date: Sun, 30 Jul 2006 15:20:55 -0500

I saw Voltaire's Cloak in Bloom and I ordered that one!  You won't be disappointed with it.  It has great substance that is Heavy Velvet Texture!  I really loved it!
Linda

 
On 7/30/06, brimmsplace <brimmsplace@yahoo.com> wrote:

I picked up Babara Jean also.  I remember you and maybe Cathy also raving about this plant.  Phil suprised me also with another one.  I ordered Hot Property and Phil substituted it with Party of One (similar coloring), a Ben Johnson intro for 2006. Woo-Hoo!  Also can't wait to see Voltaire's Cloak, another bonus, bloom next year.
 
Billy

Linda Hunt <nakihee@gmail.com> wrote:

Thanks for the directions to that pic. Billy I was so excited with that one. I also got that as an extra!  I picked up my iris in Eagleville the day after Phil Dug them.   They dried for one day.  I planted them as soon as I got them home.  That was 5 days ago.  Both Sacred Harp and Barbara Jean (Mullen 05) already have 1-2" increases that are showing obvious growth on them.  I walked the garden during bloom season and Barbara Jean was a ML bloomer. She was in  bud but had not bloomed yet!  I immediately put it on my list because the stalks and foliage were just amazing.  We had been in a drought for over a month where some of the iris were showing obvious reactions to it, but this iris drew your attention from 1/2 an acre away.  The foliage and stalks were strong, deep green very consistant with a beautiful form.  I didn't even care to know what color it was, I just needed to get my hands on the plant form!  LOL 

On 7/29/06, strath@berkeley.edu < strath@berkeley.edu> wrote:
Superstition has a picture at their website:

http://community.webshots.com/album/119393523qnWJYv

Terry

 



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