[PHOTO] Re: Re: GIANT MOHR
- Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] Re: GIANT MOHR
- From: "Hensler" email@example.com
- Date: Sun, 4 May 2003 06:46:07 -0700
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> The parentage is unknown. According to
some of the old ASI
> Yearbooks I have, information was that it was bod
pod and pollen
> fertile. So far as I know there have been no
itroductions with this
> in the background. It does currently have
a pod on it here. I hope
> it lives to maturity and produces viable
seeds that germinate. Time
> will tell.
Please keep us posted on the results.
I'm anxious to see what other seedlings from it
look like. I have one tough-as-nails volunteer from it (no idea of the direction
of the cross) and a common purple "flag" type that bloomed about 6 years after
I'd planted the parents. I can be pretty sure of the parentage because these 2
were the only irises on the place at that time. :-)
GIANT MOHR set one pod last year containing one
seed. I've got my fingers crossed.
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