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Re: OGB seedlings

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] OGB seedlings
  • From: "Arilpums" arilpums@comcast.net
  • Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 06:27:18 -0800

Don, They do look healthy on the photos. Too bad you had some losses. That is very discouraging when it happens but hang in there; we all have had our [iris] crosses to bear and we are surviving. 

Francesca
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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Donald Eaves 
  To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 5:01 PM
  Subject: [iris-photos] OGB seedlings


  I've posted some variegated seedlings.  They are happening and I don't know
  why.  This group, though, is what I'm wanting.  These RAMAYANA X either
  LUELLA DEE or HEART STEALER have been remarkable.  This is going to sound
  odd, but even the ones that died in the killing spell of heat we had this
  summer did well.  There is another pod of RAMAYANA X LUELLA DEE that grew
  comparably, but only one survived that spell.  From they start these were
  strong.  To a one they put out increases.  These in the photo are nearly 2'
  tall and many of the fans you can see are increases, not the original
  seedling.  I hope they don't all turn out to have awful blooms.  As far as I
  can tell, RAMAYANA is not in the ancestry of any registered iris so that may
  not be a good sign.  This is the growth I want, though.  I'm a lot more
  interested in using RAMAYANA than I was before these seedlings came along=




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