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Re: TB: more sdlgs
  • Subject: Re: TB: more sdlgs
  • From: "El Hutchison" <eleanore@mts.net>
  • Date: Sun, 2 May 2010 20:55:04 -0500


Lovely, but especially #4 042110 004.
El, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Z3
----- Original Message -----
From: "Donald Eaves" <donald@eastland.net>
Sent: Sunday, May 02, 2010 10:32 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] TB: more sdlgs

> These are three siblings from a cross of (MACHO HOMBRE x KOKO KNOLL) X
> PUCCINI.  I question the Koko Knoll part of the pod parent.  I wondered what
> the pattern of Puccini would do.  The results here are the three I'm not
> tossing this year.  The rest look somewhat like the bottom only they had
> purple standards and didn't have rims, but did have all the white rays
> around the beards.  They had more dated form as well.  Interesting to me
> since the pod parent is bright yellow.  The hafts are pretty narrow on the
> middle and bottom blooms, and the falls hugged the stem too much on the top
> one.  However, I'm not growing anything similar to the top two.  I know
> there's something out there similar in color to the middle one, but I don't
> really care for the raspberry on top of the peachy color.  Visitors liked
> it, though, and it had great presence across the yard so I'll keep it
> another year.  I was going to trash the bottom one, but it had great
> branching and is a bit smaller bloom than the others had so I'll leave it be
> for now and see what it does next year.  Anyone here used the Puccini
> pattern in crosses?  What'd it do?
> Donald Eaves
> Texas Zone 7b, USA
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