IMMORTALITY does grow and bloom in the spring,
however it does not rebloom for me. It may rebloom in cooler Arizona climates.
(Or if it's babied, but I don't baby my irises.)
HARVEST OF MEMORIES grows, blooms in the
spring, AND reblooms regularly.
Most, if not all reblooming TB's will grow and
bloom, at least in the spring. Makes me wonder if those in particular has both
kind of genes - the Aphylla, and warm climate genes - along with the rebloom
I think these kind of varieties would do a
hybridizer well if he/she used those. It seems they perform well almost
~ Margie V.
Oro Valley, AZ.
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Sent: Wednesday, September 02, 2009 1:51
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: surviving hot
climate (was seedling of Bold 2009 MTB
Margie, I'm curious - do IMMORTALITY or HARVEST OF MEMORIES survive for
They seem to have some aphylla genes, judging from branching
seedlings, and, in the rebloom checklist, both are reported to rebloom
in AZ and NM.