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Re: Summer Bloom AH88L1

  • Subject: Re: Summer Bloom AH88L1
  • From: Vicki <jvickic@comcast.net>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 20:17:38 -0700

Hi Griff,
I had to go back 3-4 generations to answer your question. Our BB Breakout and Good Show are the only named iris. The rest are our seedlings.Somewhere wa-a-a-y back there are other named iris, but that could take a while to look up..
Just today I completed transplanting all 1800 + seedlings from this years crop. This is the latest that I have set them out.  I have gotten behind in my weeding, so that comes next.
Please let me know the names of your median rebloomers. Are you interested in trading?

J. Griffin Crump wrote:

That's a pretty iris, Vicki.  Is it your seedling?  If so, what are its parents?  I have a first-year SDB or Intermediate (I'll know better next year) that is similarly colored, but whose colors aren't as well defined as yours appear to be.  I've registered a couple of SDB and Intermediate rebloomers in the last couple of years.  --  Griff
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, July 21, 2008 9:48 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Summer Bloom AH88L1

Here are the photos that I want to share with you.

This iris put up several stalks last summer as well as this spring. It is an intermediate.

Do any of you grow reblooms that are not TB's?


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