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Re: list of seeds available !

  • Subject: Re: list of seeds available !
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 14:27:28 +0200

before asking Francelle, i tried again to send direct.....BINGO!
 
it's working again!!!!!!
 
Thanks Francelle anyway.
 
I'm delighted!
Loïc
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2007 2:23 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] list of seeds available !

I tried to send the list to iris@hort.net   but it's a mess
 
so i'm asking Francele to be kind enough to forward it to iris-photo
 
Have fun with the list
i can send you (off line)  pictures of the seedlings involved in the crosses you are interested
 
 
TT RR pod pol seeds
TT CR BRAGADOCCIO BOUNCE BACK 47
TT CC CERF VOLANT TT05-13A (heav raptureXcerf-volant) 52
TT RR CHEEKY SYLVAN 20
TT CC CONJURATION DETROIT CITY 31
TT CC CONJURATION TT05-13A (heav raptureXcerf-volant) 48
TT CC CONJURATION TT05-40B (cerf-voXcolette thurillet) 54
TT RR LEMON DUET NOID YELLOW 25
TT RR MY FRIEND JONATHAN BOUNCE BACK 17
TT RC MYSTIC LOVER DETROIT CITY 49
TT NR POP CONCERT BLUE SUEDE SHOES 46
BT RR SHEBA'S FLAME MY FRIEND JONATHAN 17
TT RN SNOWSPOON MANGIA FUOCO 17
TT RN SNOWSPOON TT05-13A (heav raptureXcerf-volant) 64
TT NC TASSELENA TT05-03A (olympic challXpink attrac) 4
TT CN THRILLER BT05-02F (black beardXgypsy rom) 67
IT NC TI05-02A (eliz poldarkXnorthern jewel) TT05-26C (starshipXcerf-volant) 23  
TT CR TIGER HONEY SWEETLY SUNG 18
TT CC TT05-13A (heav raptureXcerf-volant) TT05-13A (heav raptureXcerf-volant) 36
TT CC TT05-13A (heav raptureXcerf-volant) DETROIT CITY 69
TT CC TT05-26F(starshipXcerf-volant) DETROIT CITY 11
TT CC TT05-40A (cerf-voXcolette thurillet) CONJURATION 69
TT CC TT05-40A (cerf-voXcolette thurillet) TT05-09C (cerf-volantXliaison) 64
TT CC TT05-40B (cerf-voXcolette thurillet) DETROIT CITY 45
 
 
1st column    :  TT = TB X TB    TB = TB X BB   IT = IB X TB
2nd column   :  N = Non reb   C = Carrier   R = Reb
Last column  :  number of seedsHello everyone
 
 
 
This is why i give these seeds away:
 
 No more TB X TB crosses!
 
1st, they take too much room, and i'd rather have 500 sdb, or 350 ib than 200 tb in each bed!
2nd, they need lots of food to achieve 15 buds per stalk, (which seems to be the minimun nowdays to be taken seriously with TBs...) , and with the humidity here, food means rot!
3rd, Blyth, Keppel, Tasco, Ghio, Black and co...,( sorry Betty, i cannot name everyone here...) have reached such  a level that is hard to compete with, unless i come up with sth new, and i'd rather do that with smaller ones.
 
 
When i look at my crosses, i only really get excited by the ones that might NOT reach the fatidic 28 inches, but i also don't fancy the SDB that are too small..
So, i must stick to tall SDB, IBs and BBs. There is still a lot to be done there, especially with the new RE tetra MTBs that can mix with the sdb, the ib, the bb and the tb.
 
We've got Dolce,  whose cute smaller flowers give a total different look to the plant, but it's a TB.
I want to go in this direction.
They are not many that have a bit of Abridged version, Northern Jewel or Apricot drops in their genes, and i intend to add Elegant Lass, Rave review, Aglow again to the list.
I really love these dainty smaller flowers, on thinner stalks.
They will become the rage one day: they are totally in proportion, scale wise, to fit SMALLER gardens.
 
If you are stuck with a big bunch of an enormous TB, it makes a small garden look suddenly minuscule;
with a big bunch of a smaller iris, the smaller garden keeps its proportions;
with alpines around, the trick is done, the illusion of space is achieved.
 
That's why i give away the seeds i've got from TB X TB crosses to anyone who wants them.
 
These are crosses from spring, they are cropped, so it's easy.
The crosses from summer are still in the garden so that will be for much
later.
 
 
have fun with the list
 
Loïc


 

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