Adam -- 'Stealth Fighter' was only
introduced year before last, when my introductions were still being made through
Winterberry Gardens, so I don't know where all it has been distributed. My
own sales from last year and this year don't show 'Stealth Fighter' having gone
to any zone 4 or 5 gardens. It was sent to Elouise last year, so it must
really like the care she's been giving it. I'm hoping to get a report from
a foreign country where it's been planted, but I think the conditions there
are similar to Elouise's. -- Griff
Sent: Saturday, October 23, 2010 9:19 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Fw: 10-22-2010 stealth
Wow! Nice, Indeed, Griff!
Has it rebloomed for anyone in zone 4 or 5?
On Oct 22, 2010, at 10:23 PM, J. Griffin Crump wrote:
Even though it might seem to be a bit of shameless
self-promotion, I'm forwarding this photo of 'Stealth Fighter' from Elouise
Young in Las Cruces, NM, since it shows a performance that exceeds what it does
here in its home garden (where it reblooms in December) and what it is capable
of in a warmer climate. -- Griff
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 4:50 PM
Subject: 10-22-2010 stealth fighter
an awesome flower...
the falls stay erect..
black falls with a
the falls on these do touch...
haunting on the second stalk
will be open tomorrow...
so i have
that stalk to look forward to... plus another on stealth fighter..
pretty cold today...hope for a late
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