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Re: CULT: good pinks

I love the blooms on "Falling in Love" but for me the foliage always looks a
bit tatty. ANyone else have this problem. I find it grows well and increases
quickly. I've also used it in breeding, but can't yet comment on breeding

Colleen Modra
South Aust.
-----Original Message-----
From: abefeuerstein@aol.com <abefeuerstein@aol.com>
To: iris-talk@egroups.com <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Date: Wednesday, 23 August 2000 10:04
Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT: good pinks

>Of course, having introduced Vern's Pinks, including the fabulous
>Day, I will let others comment on them.  (By the way, a nice tribute to
>in the September issue of Tall Talk).  But, for consistently strong growth
>for the past five years I have to take the hat off to Falling in Love of
>Hager's.  The hybridizer himself thought it was one of his best.  I have
>never gotten a worthwhile seedling from it, though I use it every year.  I
>don't think I've seen anything registered from it either.  It simply does
>give its children any form.

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