good morning Betty!
here is a picture of MY Spirit of
It's darker than my unknown one.
I know the task is almost impossible, but
when one doesn' t ask, one hears later: "why
didn't you ask?..."
Was worth the try : always a pleasure to
"talk " to you!
Thank a lot for the suggestion.
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Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 1:39
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] NOID TB
<<would be delighted if it were properly
Loic, It is very hard to identify a noid from a photo. There
are so many that fit any given description. Very true with yellow
Therefore, I'm only giving a suggestion--not an
identification. It would help to know if your supplier carries "Spirit
When I originally grew this iris in Alvaton, in the early 90's, it had a
chrome shine to it and the haft marks were a bit more brown. It really
got my attention. Could have been the soil or the afternoon shade.
I've grown it here and it looks much like the one in your
photo. I've had a hard time accepting it as the correct iris
and have bought it from a couple of places trying to determine the true
identity. I'm not sure about the beard. Lloyd wasn't real
clear on beard colors at times and my memory is failing a bit.
suggestion would be to buy anything suggested and grow them side by
side. Count veins and check vein placement . . . color distribution on
the beard, etc.. You should be able to identify it by the time you're
ready to introduce anything from a cross.
The form on it was better than HOM and the branching not as good or
consistent. In my garden.
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