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Re: Bulb: Reticulata irises


Hi Paul,
What a large and lovely collection of reticulatas you have.I myself have
Joyce, Harmony, J.S.Digit and one called George. I also have hist.Katherine
Hodgkinson and Major. My retics have just about finished blooming and I will
be planting them out into the garden, where I find they multiply rapidly.
If you have any spare retics for perhaps sale? or would like to trade, I
would be very interested. If not and I do understand that while they do
increase well, we never have enough for ourselves <grin>, as they are so
lovely, would you be able to tell me where you purchased all those
varieties?
I have mine planted in pots and underneath a few weeping sliver birches
where they look very cute and cheery with my narcissus bulbs. I  too love my
daffodils/narcissus and the odd cyclamen like Jan.They make spring so cheery
on a cold wet day. I also have a lot of Dutch iris bulbs, plenty of Big or
is it Blue River, Prof .Blauw,if you would like any ,send me a note. I have
given away masses this year and would be happy to lessen their numbers even
further.
Regards, Wendy...wendon@dcsi.net.au.zone 8,I think.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Tyerman" <tyerman@hotmail.com>
To: <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2000 9:31 AM
Subject: [iris-talk] Bulb: Reticulata irises


>
> Colleen,
>
> I have a heap of reticulata irises.  I find they do so well here.  I
> have this wonderful bowl of 'Harmony' that I set up after I saw a
> picture in a book once.  It was such a buzz to finally get enough to
> set up a similar bowl a few years ago.
>
> I have the following varieties (of varying health and number as some
> do better here than others)
>
> Iris reticulata 'Blue Veil'
> Iris reticulata 'Clairette'
> Iris reticulata 'Gordon'
> Iris reticulata 'Harmony'
> Iris reticulata 'J.S. Dijt'
> Iris reticulata 'Joyce'
> Iris reticulata 'Pauline'
> Iris reticulata 'Purple Gem'
> Iris reticulata 'Royal Blue'
> Iris reticulata 'Springtime'
>
> Plus Iris danfordiae (I think it's still there this year?
>
> Plus Iris histrioides 'Katherine Hodkinson' and 'Major'
>
> As you can tell..... I love them just a tad!! <grin>
>
> Cheers.
>
> Paul Tyerman
> Canberra, Australia
> USDA Zone equiv - Zone 8(ish)
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