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Re: Hyb:My Birthday Surprise-Maiden bloom

  • Subject: Re: Hyb:My Birthday Surprise-Maiden bloom
  • From: "Orders At Suttoniris" <orders@suttoniris.com>
  • Date: Tue, 20 May 2008 06:29:07 -0700

Very nice Colleen, what's the pod parent?  Personally have never had a nice seedling come from Firebeard, George has but I have had no luck with it.  Good to see you got such rich coloring on a rebloomer!  thanks for posting
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Sent: Monday, May 19, 2008 2:49 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Hyb:My Birthday Surprise-Maiden bloom


I love it when seedlings bloom for the first time in autumn/winter. Very good rebloom sign. This bloomed for the first time on my birthday. Has heaps of buds, double stalk. It has poor branching, but given that it is maiden bloom, in late autumn, I?m very much looking forward to seeing it?s spring bloom. Pollen parent is Firebeard, so that?s where the rebloom comes from, but much better form and substance. It had been out from several days in the rain when I took this.

Colleen Modra

Adelaide Hills

South Australia


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