Re: Walker Ross arilbred iris
- Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Walker Ross arilbred iris
- From: Christopher Darlington <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 08 Jun 2001 22:26:47 -0400
Is there a small black signal on WALKER ROSS or is that a huge black
beard ? I'd like to try this one since it's from Ontario and should
survive nicely here.
Was the hybridizer Walker Ross Canadian ?
> Chris Hollinshead wrote:
> The attached photo is of the Arilbred iris WALKER ROSS. Chuck Chapman
> won a first prize and Queen of the Show with it in the CIS iris show
> at the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) in Burlington, Ontario,
> Canada last weekend. I took this photo while the iris was on display
> during the show.
> Last year in the 2000 AIS awards it received the top votes for HM in
> its class (Aril-1/4 to less than 1/2 Aril)
> I believe (very optimistically of course) that this iris may well go
> on in later years to win the top award for its class, the William Mohr
> Medal (for Aril-1/4 to less than 1/2 Aril iris).
> Christopher Hollinshead
> Mississauga, Ontario Canada
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