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Re: SPEC: X Pardancanda

  • Subject: Re: SPEC: X Pardancanda
  • From: lmmunro@hotmail.com
  • Date: Thu, 02 Aug 2001 14:37:38 -0000

Pictures of Pardancanda are hard to find on the internet; but the 
next one that blooms, I'll take a picture and put it on iris-photos.
They only bloom one day and they are gone..darn!

- In iris-talk@y..., "robert stewart" <crusher4@w...> wrote:
> Hi
> You wouldn't happen to know of a site were you could see these 
candy lilies.  They sound nice.
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: lmmunro@h... 
>   To: iris-talk@y... 
>   Sent: Monday, July 30, 2001 5:56 PM
>   Subject: [iris-talk] Re: SPEC: X Pardancanda
>   Congratulations on your Candy Lilly bloom. Before I got into 
iris, I 
>   fell in love with this plant. A nice big plant will produce 
dozens of 
>   flowers, AND seeds which are very fertile and also bloom.
>   What color is yours? I am not familiar with Cherry Nehi. I had 
>   plant orange spotted; one orange blended, and one which was dark 
>   red/maroon spotted lighter.
>   Anyhow, the parent plants were eaten by the iris borer this year. 
>   Iris borer killed them because they have very little, if any 
>   rhizomes, and have hollow stems. Great conduits for the borers.
>   However, I do have the babies. I cut them down, kept them in pots 
>   the unheated garage for the winter, and they liked it alot. It 
>   cold but almost never frozen there.
>   The parents lived outside for a couple of years, before they 
>   and seemed to suffer somewhat from the harsh NJ cold, and were 
>   to sprout too. 
>   I would suspect the Candy Lilly would LOVE Florida. Hope to see a 
>   picture of yours soon.
>   Laetitia
>   --- In iris-talk@y..., BigAlligator@a... wrote:
>   >       Today, I had first flower open on a Candy Lily [X 
>   Pardancanda] that I 
>   > raised from seed.  This is one of several surviving plants from 
>   seed from 
>   > Christy Hensler.  The bloom is a knockout, colored about like a 
>   Cherry Nehi, 
>   > and is about 33% larger than a Blackberry Lily bloom.  I hope 
>   continues to 
>   > survive here.  It is in the frost pocket.  I took a picture, 
>   should be 
>   > able to post it on iris-photos when the images are digitalized.
>   > 
>   > Mark A. Cook
>   > BigAlligator@a...
>   > Dunnellon, Florida.         [USDA Zone 8b, Heat Zone 10]
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