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Re: MED: Pele and pumila, etc.

From: Irene & Dan <izzy@sound.net>

  Atroviolatacea has been the first bearded to bloom here in K.C. for
the last 10 years. Real old and not that much when compared with other
little Iris, but when it is the only thing blooming it is the best
looking thing in the yard. :-)

sidneygardener wrote:

>   -Bill, SDB 'Pele' has bloom stalks, also a first-year plant, but it
> has been beaten by 'Eiswurfel' SDB, 'Ingenuity' SDB, and it looks like
> 'Season Ticket' IB will also bloom first. 'Season Ticket' has a 12"
> bloom stalk and is showing color. The big thrill in my yard is I.
> pumila 'Topa x Piroschka'. She just opened today and what a cute
> little iris. She's purple with blue beards and her flowers resemble a
> Tectorum. Tom Tadford little gave her to me last fall. Tom or
> Francesca AP9008-1 has a bloomstalk showing color. My other I. pumila
> given to me by Suzanne Sluizer just finished blooming. Very large
> flowers, good substance, bicolor burgundy with dark stripes. Sidney
> GardenerAlbuquerque, NM>From: Bill Shear <BILLS@hsc.edu>
> >
> >Looks like the SDB 'Pele' will be the first to bloom here--with 8
> stalks on
> >a first-year plant

I also hobble with scissors
Dan & Irene
USDA Zone 5

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