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Re: Re: [iris-talk] HYB: TB: Seakist


This seedling and the broken color seedling are both STUNNING!
What is the parentage of the BCSA?
Hybridizing, photography and catalog production... if you are single I have 
to move to California!

Region 19
> OK, here is the picture, wrong list.  Sorry John.
> Mike
> ----- Original Message -----
> > Hello Linda,
> > Yes, we have several seedlings from it, unfortunately I only have a few
> > pictures of them because they are relatively new.  This one is Flight
> > Commander X Seakist, it is currently sending up three new stalks on a two
> > year clump.  It has already bloomed in April, so this would probably be
> > termed repeat bloom.  Several seedlings out of it crossed by
> > rebloomers have produced multiple rebloomers, all bi colors or ameonas
> with
> > some reverses mixed in too.  Almost all are well branched and budded on
> > strong, tall stalks, great color combos.  The picture was taken on a very
> > windy day so the flower looks like it is leaning to the right, just wind.
> > Mike

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