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Re: HYB:Summer and late fall bloom

  • Subject: Re: HYB:Summer and late fall bloom
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2007 14:43:38 +0100

Hello Betty
 
This is the list of the irises that rebloomed here for me this year, before frost hit.
Table1
date name
06 10 dark crystal
06 10 autumn jester
06 15 ruby eruption
06 20 gray poupon
06 21 mini dragon
06 23 what again
06 26 ever cool
06 27 angel heart
06 27 grapelet
07 01 gypsy boy
07 02 sign of leo
07 04 autumn surge
07 06 low ho silver
07 15 tremors
07 17 cry baby
07 18 candy walk
07 20 tomorrow's child
07 20 spellbreaker
07 20 DD05-16b
07 21 cheeky
07 22 baby prince
07 23 angelic wings
07 25 yours free
07 25 many manalos
07 25 champagne encore
07 26 borderline
07 26 double your fun
07 30 zestful mist
08 01 DD05-20c
08 02 again and again
08 02 lady essex
08 02 cross stitch
08 02 forever blue
08 02 derive
08 04 banana cream
08 04 i'll be back
08 05 cantina
08 05 sky king returns
08 07 eternal bliss
08 07 midnight caller
08 08 juicy fruit
08 10 immortality
08 11 northward ho
08 11 bonus mama
08 12 total recall
08 13 summertime blues
08 13 goddess of yellow
08 14 autumn tryst
08 14 sugar maple
08 14 violet music
08 15 TT05-07c
08 16 DD05-20a
08 16 maui mango
08 18 concoction
08 18 lake reprise
08 18 just teasing
08 19 grape cordial
08 19 peach jam
08 20 DT05-09-f
08 20 BT05-04-f
08 20 speed limit
08 21 pearl of autumn
08 21 returning chameleon
08 22 nicole prudhomme
08 22 golden child
08 23 bright eyes
08 23 ahwahnee princess
08 24 cameo blush
08 24 beverly sills
08 24 midsummernight's dream
08 25 TT05-57-f
08 25 summer olympics
08 26 constant companion
08 26 DD05-49g
08 27 zia ida
08 27 duke of earl
08 27 DD05-36a
08 28 champagne elegance
08 29 honey scoop
08 30 TT05-06a
08 30 prince of burgundy
08 30 over and over
08 31 aglow again
08 31 blessed again
09 01 lenora pearl
09 01 elegant lass
09 01 claire doodle
09 02 lunar whitewash
09 02 cassis
09 03 october sky
09 03 her royal highness
09 03 autumn apricot
09 03 nava
09 04 doubleday
09 05 raindance return
09 05 intermediary
09 06 brigantino
09 07 jet setter
09 07 starship
09 08 buckweat
09 08 pink attraction
09 08 sunnny delight
09 09 autumn wine
09 09 i'm back
09 09 high wire
09 09 desert orange
09 09 brother carl
09 10 grace kelly
09 10 autumn surge
09 10 scented bubbles
09 10 renown
09 10 TT05-58b
09 11 fast forward
09 12 world premier
09 13 i repeat
09 13 pinch me
09 13 midsummer's eve
09 14 billionaire
09 14 TT05-57b
09 14 DT05-17a
09 15 bethany claire
09 15 hasta la vida
09 15 raspberry frost
09 15 TT05-26g
09 18 blue suede shoes
09 18 double shot
09 18 city lights
09 19 charabia
09 19 waxen image
09 20 ozark rebounder
09 21 recurring dream
09 21 zurich
09 21 return to innocence
09 22 double stitch
09 23 cloudless sunrise
09 24 golden immortal
09 24 rave review
09 25 harvest of memories
09 25 his royal highness
09 27 barn dance
09 28 headline banner
10 01 altar fires
10 02 master work
10 03 spiked
10 04 jean marie
10 04 lord of rings
10 06 broken link
10 06 autumn circus
10 06 misty lady
10 07 welcome discovery
10 09 quantum leap
10 09 mariposa autumn
10 09 sparkplug
10 10 hot
10 11 all american
10 12 earl of essex
10 12 pink reprise
10 12 viper (faux)
10 13 allowed thoughts
10 13 rosalie fidge
10 13 priscilla
10 13 tropical delight
10 13 mountain sunrise
10 13 iceland
10 13 frankincense
10 15 romancer
10 16 bountiful harvest
10 17 orange popsicle
10 18 saxon
10 18 how dy do
10 18 best bet
10 18 line drive
10 19 baby boom
10 22 peach reprise
10 25 blattant
10 25 deep conviction
10 27 mini champagne
10 28 breakers
 
It was an incredible year!
 
loïc
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2007 2:19 PM
Subject: [iris-photos]HYB:Summer and late fall bloom

 
Here is a list of introduced irises that have bloomed for me during the summer or early fall in KY over a period of 20+ years.  Based on recent records and earlier memories.   
 
 
This group blooms quite a bit when established and even a little happy: Feed Back, Sugar Blues, Total Recall, Pink Attraction, All Revved Up, Cantina, and Immortality.  (Star Gate has summer bloomed in a couple of climates and may eventually join this group.) Feed Back is the only one that kicked in this summer and I suspect it received water along with the seedling beds. 
 
 
Newer irises (for me) that have shown this capability at least once (need more testing): Again & Again, Lunar Whitewash, Lord of Rings, Luminosity, Renown & Echo Location. 
 
 
Some, like Violet Miracle, October Sky, Renown, Vanishing Act, Returning Chameleon, Blazing Sunrise, & Champaign Elegance, Fiere Andre, have bloomed in July or August, at least once.  (Without irrigation.)  Returning Chameleon usually gives good fall bloom, but not always as early as July.  
 
 
Irises that are Repeat bloomers in my garden: Pure As Gold, Summer Radiance, & Diamond Blush.  These irises bloom about six weeks after their spring bloom season.  They can fall bloom in other conditions but have not for me.  Perfect Interlude gave repeat stalks for me back in the late 80's and will occasionally show up on my lists. 
 
There are many fall blooming cultivars, including Matrix & Violet Miracle.  I won't attempt to report all of these as they represent the bulk of the rebloom cultivars.  (my opinion) 
 
I grow many irises, introduced in the past 20 years, which have been reported to bloom off season somewhere.  In a good year, many of these start blooming late September and continue through a killing freeze.  Many have never bloomed off season for me. 
 
Why do I list all of these, yet again?  Just sharing the wealth!  These irises have the capability to bloom early in more difficult climates and may pass it along to their children.  It is my belief that a heavy dose of these irises will increase the over all occurrence of early, off season bloom. 
 
Testing is on going. 
 
________________________________________________________
Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6 ---If you don't cross them, you can't plant them!
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