I am sure there is plictata in there somewhere, but
not in recent generations. This is a second year seedling (actually in the
ground for 1 1/2 years) and 2nd fall it has rebloomed. It consistently has
a high bud count, even in spring. Right now there are four stalks on it,
one in full bloom, one just about to bloom and one just pushing up out of the
fans. The last one will probably get frozen as it is getting about time
for a freeze here. Thanks for the response.
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Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2007 12:54
Subject: RE: [iris-photos] another mtn
I like that one,
Mike. The yellow/orange/ brown ones are just not my colors, but
yellow/lavender are. I hope it retains those nice stalks and bud
count. I would sure like to breed that into some of my seedlings.
Does this one have plicata background?
Francelle Edwards Glendale,
AZ Zone 9
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October 30, 2007 1:31 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] another mtn
little bit hafty but form is
nice. this has been blooming for about 3 weeks and still has a while to
go. 19 buds on a well branched stalk. quadruple socketed on three
of the placements. not clumpy like some over budded rebloom
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