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Re: Re: TB: Germanica? Purple

  • Subject: Re: Re: [iris-photos] TB: Germanica? Purple
  • From: <willwarner@alltel.net>
  • Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2004 17:16:27 -0600

> Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB: Germanica? Purple

That's really interesting Bill, that is a different unknown Iris that I have. 
Was Germanica not a wild collected species?  The iris I was inquiring 
about blooms much earlier than the one you just posted.  It blooms with 
the IB's.  The stems are fairly thin and have no more than 6-7 blooms. 
thanks for all the info everybody....Will


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In a message dated 3/14/2004 1:10:56 PM Central Standard Time, manzano57@msn.com writes:

Personally, I'd love it if somebody posted good photos of all the old I. germanica cultivars that are in cultivation.

This is one of the cultivars I am growing as I. germanica. I believed the source reliable at the time of acquisition.

I grow two others purported to be I. germanica. One white and, low and behold, one pink (this I thought impossible so have my suspicions). Understand this source too, I thought reliable. I am gradually and steadily accumulating the necessities for performing chromosome counts. Necessary skills may turn out to be another matter.

Bill Burleson

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