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Re: Peak is here!


Hi John,

Sooo glad to hear from you.  That means a week from now the Convention
should have peak?

Char Holte, New Berlin, WI (Near Milwaukee)
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Reeds" <lamegardener@msn.com>
To: "iris-talk" <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 12:41 PM
Subject: [iris] Peak is here!


> Well, the earliest of the Ghio plicatas are dropping out, but for most of
my
> garden peak bloom has burst forth overnight!  Stage Lights, Jazz Me Blue,
> Society Page, Fancy Dress, Flights of Fancy, Timescape, Laugh Lines,
Double
> Dribble, Success Story, Louisa's Song, Tuscan Villa, Cast of Characters,
> Bursting bubbles, Revere, .... all heavily blooming.  Very soon to join
them
> will be Touch of Mahogany, Amiable, Taught By Masters, and more.
>
> Oddly, almost every luminata (not luminata-plicatas, though) in my garden
is
> stunted this year; mostly short but even more obviously very small
flowers.
> This includes Keppel, Ghio, and Blyth intros.  The exceptions are Stage
> Lights, some ugly mislabeled acquisition, Fancy Dress (short but
normal-sized
> flowers), and all but one of my seedlings in this genre (sibs to it are
fine;
> I suspect it is just normally small).
>
> A chimera of Gnu Blues opened.  The stalk has assorted flowers, some
normal,
> some petals split down the middle, and at least one flower (the first to
open;
> I thought it was some hideous out-of-place seedling) was solid bluish
purple.
>
> John Reeds
> lamegardener@msn.com
> San Juan Capistrano 9b southern California
>
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