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Re: OT: other iris lists


Jan
You need to grow TB Olymparico which always flowers for me before the dwarfs
and sometimess again in Oct.

Colleen Modra
-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>
To: iris-talk@egroups.com <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Date: Wednesday, 23 August 2000 8:54
Subject: [iris-talk] OT: other iris lists


>>I have lots of irises..... TBs, Arilbreds, Species, Louisiannas,
>>PCNs,
>>Minis, Medians, and even (God forbid) Bulbous (Now there's a topic
>>that no-one seems to like on this list) irises but I understand that
>>others have their own loves.  I LOVE SAers, but they are hard to get
>>or expensive here in Australia.... how I'd love to have access to
>>Mike
>>Sutton's nursery (Sigh).
>>
>>However, I am usually hesitant to post messages on this list about
>>other than TBs because of flames/negative comments/being ignored in
>>the past?
>
>Hi Paul - you may not be aware that there is now a Siberian iris list, a
>Louisianna iris list, and an Japanese Iris list. A pity really because I
>used to enjoy the discussions of all these other types, but it is
>understandable that, given the numbers of peope interested, there should be
>different lists to cater for these specific interests. These can all still
>be discussed here though.
>I think PCI's are discussed more on the sibrob list than here. Sa's and
AB's
>are often mentioned here, as are SDB's, IB's, MTB's, crested iris, etc.
>I'm sure discussions of bulbous irises would be most welcome, but you may
>not get answers to questions. You may have to give them instead!
>There is also a Bulb list, but this is very low traffic, and you can't join
>the 'real' bulb list unless you are a member of the international Bulb
>society.
>I have just discovered the daffodil list at daffnet. Daffodils are a minor
>interest of mine, which manage to fill the breach between the winter of
>discontent (who wouldn't be discontented with no flowers blooming?) and the
>Dwarf iris blooming season.
>I did my first daffodil crosses for the season, this morning. Chances are
>the seeds will be forgotten and will fall to the ground, once again
ignored,
>as first the PCI's, then the Bearded irises, take my total attention.
>Cheers, Jan
>
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