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photo: RC: Wanadis

  • Subject: photo: RC: Wanadis
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 16:59:17 EDT

Below is a photo of the RC Wanadis.  For those of you not familiar with the term RC, it stands for a aril hybrid that is a cross between a regelia iris and an oncocyclus iris.  While the oncocyclus are difficult to grow for most (including me), the regelias are easier, and the RCs are pretty easy to grow in raised beds.  They were originally hybridized by C. G. Van Tubergen, a Dutchman, starting in the 1890s.  Some of the RCs readily cross with each other, and they also cross with the regelias.

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