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Re: Multiple stalks

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Multiple stalks
  • From: Linda Mann lmann@lock-net.com
  • Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2006 16:13:02 -0400

Thanks Vicki.  I suspected there was some strong aphylla influence, I
guess from IMMORTALITY.   ?

Does the same plant sometimes produce multiples, sometimes single

In addition to multiple stalks, they are not lined up in the same plane,
which would make a nice bouquet clump, if it had a good bud count and
attractive spacing of blooms.

I like your 'show' stalk - reminds me of the 50 budded stalk on SUMMER
WHITEWINGS that showed up a few years ago, only yours has prettier
placement of blooms.  50 is too much to 'arrange' on 'one' stalk!

<Hi Linda,
Multiple stalks are more common on iris derived from I. aphylla's.
Took this to a show back in 2001.  It also carries multiple buds, not
single ones as you mentioned. Of course, it didn't even rate a
ribbon...too ungainly, but it brought lots of comments.  Every so often
we get multiple stalks.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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