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Re: SDB seedling: Blue Bearded Burgundy

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] SDB seedling: Blue Bearded Burgundy
  • From: Vicki Craig vicki_c@comcast.net
  • Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 09:10:12 -0700

Pele throws some interesting seedlings. This seedling is from Bouquet 
Magic X Pele.  The results is a small Blooming TB with the SPOT!  Don't 
know if I should introduce it. But it certainly has the spot!  It tends 
to have 2 branches and 4-5 buds.  It is quite vigorous and makes a clump 
Vicki Craig

Hensler wrote:

> Sterling,
> There's nothing wrong with your plant except that it doesn't fit your 
> definition of "perfect". The color is lovely, branching is very nice, 
> and you're forgetting that habit can be unbelievably affected by 
> weather. Some of my established TBs will bloom at SDB height this year!
> The photo attached is of a seedling from Yipee X Pele. I was shooting 
> for something in the Pele type but more "durable" in this part of the 
> country. This is blooming at around 16", doesn't have the nice Pele 
> spot, buds are too tightly held to the stem, but the number of buds 
> just tickles me. If it ever stops raining, this thing is going to be 
> crossed with everything I can lay hands on. :-)
> Christy
> Newport, WA
> http://www.povn.com/rock/
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

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