REF: Re help with hybridizers
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- Subject: REF: Re help with hybridizers
- From: "Michael Cook" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 13 Apr 1997 19:04:42 -0600 (MDT)
Here is some information on all but three of the Irises you listed:
ADDED PRAISE. Boushay, 1976 Wisteria blue self, creamy beard.
CENTERFOLD. Niswonger, 1976 Standards Flesh Pink, Falls same with
darker band on edge. Green-Blue area in center of falls. White beard
HULA DELIGHT. Rowlan, 1989 Ruffled Yellow. Deep yellow beards. 1/2"
IMPERSONATOR. Babson, 1975 Six fall, six beards, no standards. Blue
violet. White beards.
INSPIRATION POINT. J. Gibson, 1982. Standards, blend of smokey violet and
brown. Falls, stitched smoey violet on yellow band, white signal. Brownish
MIGHTY PRETTY. E. Christiansen, 1979. Standards, pink. Falls white with
pink border. Red beard tipped white,
MT. OLYMPUS. Schreiner's, 1981. Pure White. Lemon to white beards.
NATCHEZ TREACE. J. Wills, 1969.Standards "Red" , Falls, reddish brown.
POINTE OF VIEW. Eleanor Kegerise, 1988. Ruffled laced lavender orchid.
White beard changing to peach in throat.
SNEAK PREVIEW. John Nelson, 1980. Ruffled soft apricot orange. Tangerine
I could not find information on information on CHEROKEE NATION and
TENNESSEE VOL. In last year's registration and introduction book, ALICE'S
DREAM is listed as having been introduced by Jim Hedgecock in 1995, but no
color description is given. Hopefully, someone with more yearly checklists
will be able to help with these three.
Mark A. Cook
Lexington, KY USDA Zone 5/6 Sunset Zone 35 Another freeze tonight.