Re: Need identification for this old rebloomer.
Thanks a bunch for the identification. She is a new member and will
be delighted to know the name. Now that it is named she can bring it to
the MVIS sale in September. I like everbloomers and will have to get one
for my garden.
In a message dated 5/21/2014 8:44:42 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
Thanks Jan. I am delighted to just know it is still around.
Look forward to word from Randy Squires. I am a HIPS member and if he has it I
will let our Commercial Sources person know. We are always excited when a
historic iris that we didn't know a commercial source for has one
Hope the terrible drought starts to end very soon. It is
very disheartening for people I am sure.
had such a drought year that none of my irises are multiplying or I would
offer you one of mine. I will check with our local commercial iris
garden, Randy Squires, and see if he grows it. I am not sure.
gave it to a friend of mine in Orange Country, CA several years ago.
She has divided it and planted it a variety of places in her yard. I
visit her once a month and it is always in bloom or just finishing a
bloom. It is amazing. I would term it an 'ever bloomer' in So.
Sky Queen! Oooo ... I've been looking that one big time. (I'm a
historics nut.) Do you know a commercial source? None of the main historics
carriers have it.
I suggest trying Sky Queen. It reblooms here in Southern
California off and on all year. Because we have such a mild climate
I have seen it in bloom in every month of the year. Here are a
couple of photos.
A club member brought this iris to the meeting Sunday. She was
hoping someone can identify it. It is a reliable rebloomer in
southern NM. Any suggestions?
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