That looks like the beginning of the pineappling, bloom-out
syndrome. I have a lot of it here in hot southern Arizona. I didn't
know it is also found in cooler countries. I am still studying it to see
how it can be minimized. I know it can be maximized by too much heat and
fertilizer. Celebration Song is one of the worst to do that and it passes
the tendency along to many of its seedlings.
Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ Zone 9
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2001 10:21
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: CULT: MED:
Mike, that 'leek-look' is what several of my IMMORTALITY X
SONG seedlings have, plus the bunchy sort of increase show in
photo, some with the longish new rhizomes. But I have grown so
seedlings (compared to most folks) that I have no idea if this kind
growth is common or not. The wierd foliage I described earlier for
of my TBs (almost horizontal leaf blades, especially the outer ones
They sure do grow, don't they?
Linda Mann east
Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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