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Re: TB:CULT:Jesse's Song, oh, I'm so excited,


Christain
 Just cover them they will be ok. Takes a freeze to hurt them.

> Will they be as wide as an iris seed? More, less?<
Right on but pointed. They look just like a tiny iris leaf.

Last year I planted 500 seeds and got about 60 seedlings. This year is much
better. I have grass in some of my pots to.

Don't give up yet.

Mike Greenfield
redea@Infinet.com
SW Ohio Zone 5b

----- Original Message -----
From: "Showtime Farm" <showtime@bbtel.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 9:02 PM
Subject: [iris] TB:CULT:Jesse's Song, oh, I'm so excited,


> my iris bed is starting to get busy.
>
> Jesse's Song has put up five stalks, with at least eight buds, two of
which
> the petals are starting to kiss out of the spathes.
>
> Also putting up stalks are Raspberry Wine, Everything Plus,  Rebound and
> Dusky Challenger.
>
> And there is something in my seedling tray that looks like grass and has a
> root.  I'm suspicious that it really is grass since it has as roll at the
> bottom and I know some grass grows that way, but I haven't heard anyone
say
> that iris germinants do.
>
> Can someone give me a perspective point for how wide the germinants will
be.
> Will they be as wide as an iris seed? More, less?
>
> Of course it may be a moot point, my loving husband informs me that they
are
> expecting frost tommorow.
>
> Christain
> ky
>
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