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Re: JI: Shiryukyo

  • Subject: Re: JI: Shiryukyo
  • From: "eroctuse2" <EROCTUSE2@aol.com>
  • Date: Fri, 03 Jul 2009 18:32:27 -0000

That's a beautiful pseudata you've got there. That one sent up repeat stalks for the folks at Ensata last year. They even brought a stalk of it (and a divison) to the Iris Connoisseurs of Michigan auction last Fall, but I couldn't afford it.

Thank-you for sharing!

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Sandy Ives <rives@...> wrote:
> I received this via auction at the 2008 JI Convention in Kalamazoo.  It is a Shimizo cultivar via Carol Warner.
> The image is very close to the actual bloom on my monitor.
> This is a second day bloom; it was quite darker yesterday and slightly higher.  It has suffered through two days of rain and rather cool temperatures.  I find the substance is sufficient considering - it is not a wet handkerchief on a stick.
> I had hoped to bring it to one of the Region 2 shows, but it will not be a good entry by then.
> I planted approximately 15 from the convention and a couple more directly from Ensata (and my thanks to Ensata for arranging the shipping).  They were potted up upon receipt while I was waiting for our foundation work to complete.  They ended up being planted in November (!) when the ground was frozen to a depth of three inches.  All survived and six will bloom this year.
> (El H: cross post to CWIS svp)

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