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Re: for Chris Darlington

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: for Chris Darlington
  • From: "Christopher Darlington" chrisdarlington@videotron.ca
  • Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 01:17:59 -0000


Thanks for posting this one, I really like it as well, actually I more 
than like it, please give it a bit of a chance to see if it will throw 
some increase by the fall. 

Gold Of Ophir should have limited fertility if it's a 1/4 bred, no ? 
Did you do anything special to get it to set a pod ?  If I remember 
correctly, you were using a chemical to increase you success rate, are 
you still doing this ?  Sorry, those Aril Robin posts seem very far 
away right now.


One thing you'll realize about Donald is that he's overly modest to a 
fault.  He's got some extremily interesting seedlings, this Gold Of 
Ophir seedling is no exception.  One of these days, we'll have to 
convince Donald that his stuff is too goood not to introduce a few.


--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, crook <zone1_5@y...> wrote:
>  Good Morning Donald:
>  Donald wrote:
> > GOLD OF OPHIR seedling.  Probably one only a parent
> > could love
>  I think that stament is a little off the mark. I like
> it.
>  Darm
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