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Re: holland calling

  • Subject: Re: holland calling
  • From: "loictasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 01:21:35 -0000

These sdlgs come from the 150 pod i got last year.
they germinated in april,i replanted them in june, and some have
already bloomed in september!
I just sent the picture ofDD05-49a

Most of them are SDB X SDB
Some are IB X SDB / TB X SDB/TB X TB also
but i try to have at least oneREbloomer in each cross. (two are
better of course but i have a hard time to focus 100% on my goal to
make REbloomers!)
In the end i might have sdlgs with enough RE genes to get a big % of
Rebloomers every year.

I don't use pumillas. i love that heavy substance of
the "new"irises, that can resit the rain, and pumillas are a bit too
soft for the wet countries where i live!
Talk to you soon

-- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Francesca Thoolen"
<arilpums@...> wrote:
> Hi Loic, Whew! that is a lot of dwarf irises you have planted. Are
all of these your crosses? Are these all pumilas, or mdbs with some
pumila in their background. When they are pumila I am particular
interested in obtaining some when available. The pumilas have become
neglected in the last 30-40 years when they discovered crossed with
TBs they could get SDBs when these SDBs were ntercrossed among
themselves they discovered that many SDB breeding broght small
version and had to be classified as MDB. That is confusing, so one
must be very careful when choosing parents that the right parents
are being used to obtain fertile lines to get on with another
generation without frustrations. Although many people try the odd
crosses and it seems to me a lot of work to obtain a few. It is o.k.
if you like to do this, but do keep in mind the pro's and the con's.
I look forward to next spring when you will share your photos with
us (with parentages included). Sounds like you will have a wonderful
surprise. If you are interested in getting arilpums which the result
of crossing tetraploid OGs and RCs with pure pumilas, you must do
just that; cross tetraploid with tetraploid. Have fun.
> Francesca
> arilpums@...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: loictasquier
> To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2006 3:12 PM
> Subject: [iris-photos] Re: holland calling
> hello Francesca
> i guess i didn't press the proper buttons at the right time so
> answer got placed with my normal messages
> i'm trying another path, hoping it will work better
> i'm French as you guessed, moved to Holland 10 years ago.
> Eitje will be the first iris with a Dutch mane in a very long
> and i'll be happy to introduce it if it keeps it's promises!
> You're apsolutely right with the pronounciation: "Eyetya"
> I'll keep you posted when new ones bloom next spring.
> i have replanted 1037 sdlgs in June and i hope 3/4 will resist
> rot and the frost!
> Your husband might help me in finding names in Dutch!
> Till later
> loic
> --- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Francesca Thoolen"
> <arilpums@> wrote:
> >
> > Good afternoon Loic, That is a very nice photo of your
seedling! I
> also like the parents chosen. It would be nice to see it in a
> when you have one. I would like to see down into it. In other
> the photo taken at a higher height than the flower and down into
> heart. The colors should show beautifully. Send on more photos.
> have succeeded in sending the first one. My husband was raised
> Holland and so knows how to pronounce Eitje but how would you
> the iris members how to pronounce it? Maybe "Eyetya" ?
> Congratulations. Your last name is not Dutch but maybe French or
> Belgian?
> >
> > Francesca
> > arilpums@
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: loic tasquier
> > To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 2:55 PM
> > Subject: [iris-photos] holland calling
> >
> >
> >
> > Bonjour!
> > Hello everyone!
> >
> > After all this time spent looking, i dare write a message to
> all.
> > With a picture attached!
> > Hope the technical side won't fail me!
> >
> >
> > Here's my first baby!
> > At least, the first i dare to show.
> > It's a (inscription X Captive sun) cross.
> >
> > It's called EITJE.
> > In Dutch, it means "little egg"and in local dialect it
> means 'easy'.
> > It was very easy to select cos it was the only sdlg that
> survived!
> > Now, it has to prove it's worth...not to end up on the C.H. (
> dare not say it outloud...Compost Heap...).
> >
> > If you read this and can see the picture, it means i can send
> more pictures!
> > I will!
> >
> > Till later
> >
> > Loic
> >

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