You mentioned a link to other pictures for Edina. It didn't come through.
As far as how it did, it bloomed and bloomed for something that was one little tiny rhizome that I planted in first part of Oct. I was really late getting my iris orders in ground last year. I was so
busy trying to get new club up and running, I fell behind on my own yard.
So far it seems healthy and I thought a very pretty iris. It just got through blooming. It wasn't very tall either, which I like. Not sure yet how it is suppose to be listed, but I don't think TB.
Linda in CW AZ
Date: 06/08/08 07:57:09
Subject: [SPAM]RE: [iris-photos] Photo:Historical - Edina
You may have already seen these photos, but here is a link to the older 'Edina'. I should have some photos of my own, but they may be unscanned slides, because they aren't on the computer. It only does so-so for me in New Mexico.
I didn't even know there was a newer one. There are several of these duplicated names.
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Sent: Saturday, June 07, 2008 9:46 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Photo:Historical - Edina
It is one of the ones I ordered from Historical society last year. No sure what the mark over the Z is or if that is suppose to be Limon?
There was also the below info, but I don't think that fits this iris.
So hoping it's the one from 1840.
(John C. Taylor, R. 1986) Sdlg. M9-1. LA, 31" (80 cm), M
Light blue (RHS l00C), yellow signal on F. Cammeray X Secret Spell. Rainbow Ridge 1987/88
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Linda in CW AZ