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[PHOTO] iris-photos]TB: Holy fire

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] iris-photos]TB: Holy fire
  • From: "Will Warner" wildbill@techie.com
  • Date: Sat, 08 Nov 2003 19:22:32 -0600

Good eye catching those tulips in the Intygreyshun photo.  Yes, it's a spring pic.  I've been going 
though and 
reducing images, cropping, renaming, etc.   I'll be sure and note when the pic is from in the future.  
This one's not reblooming.  Those arn't the stalks that got frozen.
   I'm curious of rebloomers for my area.  I'm in SW MO about zone 6.  I'm wanting ones that 
rebloom early, or repeat.  I've got lot's that got frosted this year, and would like to find some that 
bloom earlier.  I had Feedback rebloom through most of october.  I sometimes get some SDB What 
Again stalks in july-aug. But, all my other ones are trying to bloom too late.   Does fertilizing in 
the spring/early summer help speed up the rebloom stalks?   I really appreciate Suttons rebloom 
reliability chart, I'm always using it and a couple sites I've found that rate them.  Sutton's does list 
zones, but I haven't really heard from others in my own area, and what they've had good luck with.  
Any suggestions appreciated.  If it's a SA that's a plus.  I'm researching ones to get for next year.  I 
like to do that in winter, in anticipation for spring.  Here's a Holy Fire from this spring. Thanks. Will

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Ferguson" <manzano57@msn.com>
Date: Sat, 08 Nov 2003 14:08:32 -0600
To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [iris-photos]BB: Intygreyshun

> Looked at the photo and thought "that's no rebloom photo", there are Tulip 
> leaves in the shot.  Then I re-read it and realized it wasn't stated to be a 
> rebloom shot, just that it has "melting" stalks now.  Funny how we "read 
> into" what we really read.
> Anyway, this one is pretty, I've never seen it before.  Not as contrasty as 
> 'Batik', but I think just as nice in it's own way.  My stalks all lean 
> anyway, what with the wind, so I'd never notice the difference!
> Dave
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Here's a pic of BB Intrygreyshun(ensminger '79).  This one performed better than Batik for me.  It's 
not as constrasty(not as dark, and not as white of splashes). Definately more "greyed."  It had 
much wider branches, but the <BR>
stem likes to lean over.  It has never totally fell over though, just kinda sways.  We get lot's of bad 
spring storms and hail, and lot's get knocked down. It's also pretty tall compaired to my other 
medians.  The stalks are tall, but the foliage stays short. <BR>
I know what Bill is talkin' about with the wood cutting, that's what i'm getting ready to do.  <BR>
Will, with the half frozen bloom stalks. Some will hopefully make it, some totally melted.   <BR>
----- Original Message -----<BR>
From: "Mary Swann-Young" <MryL1@msn.com><BR>
Date: Sat, 8 Nov 2003 14:10:21 -0500<BR>
To: "iris-photos" <iris-photos@yahoogroups.com><BR>
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Seedling 99TA-05<BR>
> I would have been hoping for a dark blue/purple beard with this color pattern.  Or a white beard 
would have been nice.  At any rate, it's lovely!<BR>
> <BR>
> From the pyrethrum in the background, I'm guessing this is a spring photo.  Any sign of <BR>
> <BR>
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis<BR>
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