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Re: Hot Gossip

This picture makes me wish even harder that my Hot Gossip would bloom.  I've had it for two years, and it has only made a few little weak plants that aren't able to bloom.  I have the same trouble with Brazilian Holliday in the hot country of Glendale, AZ.
I can report on some Sutton irises that really do well there though.  Circus Circus, Heartbreak Hotel, Margaret Inez all bloomed with nice clumps in their first year.  Cloudia has been magnificent and set pods on everything I put its pollen on.  Have you any idea what kind of seedlings I'll get?
Francelle Edwards   Zone 9
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Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2001 7:41 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Hot Gossip

HOT GOSSIP (Blyth '92) Beautiful flower and color, not the greatest branching but fun to look at.

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