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Re: AIS: Sneak Preview of Loomis Awards

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        I will try to add to the list for the Loomis Award Winners

3 year miniature Dwarf bearded

1st    Tickle Me (Chapman 64 points)

3rd year standard dwarf bearded

1st     With Castanets (Richie  88 points)
2nd    Radioactive  (Dyer  79 points)
3rd    Dot Com  (Jones  78 points)

3rd year intermediate bearded

1st    Katie's Choice  (Rogers  59 points)
2nd    9316D  (Magee  51 points)
3rd    Dean Day Smith  (Moller  6 points)

3 year miniature tall bearded

1st    Provern Stock  (Fisher  4 points)

3 year border bearded

1st    89-28D  (Annand  63 points)
2nd    89-278-5  (Chapman  57 points)
3rd     87-36A   (Annand  5 points)

2 year standard dwarf bearded

1st    89-29-A  (Chapman  74 points)
2nd    84-144-1  (Chapman  70 points)
3rd    DG-A2  (Corson  63 points)

2 year border bearded

1st    95-LP-1BB  (Jorgensen  55 points)
2nd    Cin Cin  (Innerst  50  points)
3rd    95-LP-1H  (Jorgensen  46 points)

2 year miniature tall bearded

1st    93-721  (Chapman  69 points)

1 year miniature tall bearded

1st    93-721-4  (Chapman  8 points)
2nd    AE-3a  (Corson  8 points)
3rd    AE-6a  (Corson 8 points)

1 year border bearded

1st     773  (Bianco  49 points)    
2nd     98-189BB  (M.Roberts  4 points)

1 year miniature dwarf bearded

1st    African Wine  (Kasperek  4 points)
2nd    Coral Carpet  (Chapman  4 points)

1 year standard dwarf bearded

1st    Bordeaux Pearl  (Niswonger  71 points)
2nd    Cute or What  (Niswonger  69 points)
3rd    Cocoa Pink  (Niswonger  64 points)

1 year intermediate bearded

1st    Aardvark Antickty  (Kasperek  69 points)
2nd    Blueberry Filly  (Kasperek  59 points)

Hopefully this helps.  The member of the Loomis Iris Society spend endless hours point scoring all the varieties sent for display.  The maintain the iris bed just south of the community library and unfortunately have very little control of the watering, human encroachment or the weather.

The Loomis Iris Society gives all hybridizers a chance to grow iris at an elevation of over 5000 feet and the climate can be unmerciful but it lets you know how hardy your iris are in this type of environment.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Sandy Ives 
  To: i-t 
  Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2000 4:17 PM
  Subject: [iris-talk] AIS: Sneak Preview of Loomis Awards

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  I have received a listing of the Loomis Garden TB winners.
  Congratulations are in order for Chuck Chapman (1st year), Tom Mcgee
  (2nd year), and Larry Lauer (3rd year).

  The name, hybridizer, and point score is provided in order for the top
  three places of each year.

  1st year plantings (155 entries)

  1st Garden Bride (Chuck Chapman 75 pts)
  2nd Poppa John (Burseen 67 pts)
  3rd #809 (Bianco 66 pts)

  2nd year plantings (140 entries)

  1st Enchanted Mesa (Magee 77 pts)
  2nd Andiamo (Staly 76 pts)
  3rd Buffer Zone (Innerst 74 pts)

  3rd year plantings (125 entries)

  1st Sandy Beach (Lauer 86 pts)
  2nd High Impact (Sutton 72 pts)
  3rd Celtic Skies (Sutton 71 pts)

  Query:  Does anyone have the median list?


  Sandy Ives in Ottawa (harvesting his 2000 crosses... is that the year or
  the count?)

  (suggestions for a better subject tag will be entertained ;-)

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