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RE: Re: Cult & seedst

  • Subject: RE: [iris-talk] Re: Cult & seedst
  • From: "Janice L. Haney" <haney@spa.net>
  • Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2001 15:58:02 -0400
  • Importance: Normal

Hi Dean,
So, how far south of St Louis are you?  I've got a ton of family down in
Poplar Bluff, as well as some in Cape.  Both of my parents are from MO (Dad
was west in the Carrollton/Wakenda/KC area), so all my cousins are still in
the general area.  It's nice country, looks quite similar to where I live
now, just a whole lot warmer in the winter.

  -----Original Message-----
  From: cgdawn@cs.com [mailto:cgdawn@cs.com]
  Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2001 3:42 PM
  To: iris-talk@yahoogroups.com
  Subject: [iris-talk] Re: Cult & seedst

  Hi Jan,
  I'm Dean Gray, I also complained about rhizomes that did not perform
  well and died.  I also lost EDith Wolford after nursing her for two
  years just to see her bloom.  She then died.  Your solution is a good
  one, but lucky me, a cross of Frances Gaulter + Larry Gaulter
  produced a good copy of EW (weaker color) that has strength and shows
  promise of good growth.  Is that believable?????  What or the chances
  of this????  Could that be a bee cross taking over?????  Of course
  they say you never know what you'll get!!  surprise--surprise!!!

  Dean Gray
  Zone 5, just so of St. Louis, Mo.

  In iris-talk@y..., "Janice L. Haney" <haney@s...> wrote:
  > Hi Carole,
  > I have a wonderful Edith Wolford solution.... get Helen Wanner!
  Helen is
  > very similar in appearance (one judge thought it was misnamed), is
  > hardy, great bloomer, and great grower in colder climates.  I
  picked this
  > baby up about 7 years ago at a club sale for $1, and I've been more
  > pleased with her.  I purchased Edith 3 times, and she seems to live
  but not
  > bloom or thrive here in zone 4.
  > Jan
  > Saratoga Lake, NY
  > Zone 4, AIS Region 2
  >   -----Original Message-----
  >   From: eemcjmks@a... [mailto:eemcjmks@a...]
  >   Sent: Saturday, August 25, 2001 8:53 PM
  >   To: iris-talk@y...
  >   Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Cult & seedst
  >   Edith Wolford puts on a show for me every other year.  This year
  it did
  >   nothing, and looks like it just might disappear.  This is another
  > that
  >   I must baby along.
  >   Carole, Kansas, Zone 5
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