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Re: Q-584xR-122 undamaged

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Q-584xR-122 undamaged
  • From: orders@suttoniris.com
  • Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 18:28:21 -0800

Thanks, and we will see you there.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 12:06 PM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Q-584xR-122 undamaged

Hi Margaret,
I totally blanked on the fact that we did visit your garden during the Fresno Trek.  I will have to come some spring other than a trek.  My sister-in-law and her family live in Hanford which is not too far from you.
I assume that we will see you in Oregon.
Have a wonderful day and happy iris bloom,
Jan in Chatsworth 

orders@suttoniris.com wrote:
Hi Jan,
This is Margaret, not Michael, but I can answer this one: no, you won't be at our place at the National.  It is in Oregon/Washington, and we are in the southern half of California.  The time to see our garden at a National was in 2004, the one headquartered in Fresno.  So if you want to see our garden, it's a good 12 or more hours drive from the National!!  Also, our peak bloom is about a month earlier, mid to end of April.  Some people start down at the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley, where we are, and travel up the state and on into Oregon, timing it to follow the bloom.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, February 13, 2006 11:48 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Q-584xR-122 undamaged

Hi Mike,
Sorry to be so late in responding but things happen and I am behind in my email. 
Won't we be at your place at the AIS National?  How long will we get to spend there?  I am so looking forward to May!
Jan in Chatsworth

orders@suttoniris.com wrote:
Hi Anita,
It is on the fast track to intro, so you can probably see it in person in
three years.  Of course you, and anyone else who wants to, can come visit us
in April.  We have about 100,000 seedlings very close to the display beds.
We don't get enough iris folks visiting, guess its because of location.

----- Original Message -----

> Much better Mike
> Still think it is strange color combination
> I would love to see this one in person
> :)
> Anita
> Anita Moran
> USDA Zone 6b
> Maryland

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