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Re: [TB] Descriptions needed

In a message dated 8/9/2005 5:01:38 PM Central Daylight Time,  appleb@cut.net 

I made  it into the big city for my first iris sale and auction on 
Saturday and  had a fun time (thanks to Susan Boyce for telling me about 
it).  This  was the Utah Iris Society/AIS Region 12 sale.  Brad Kasperek 
was the  auctioneer, which made for lively bidding.  Don Pinegar was 
there  more or less giving away seedlings, of which I got a good 
sampling.   Looking forward to seeing what they turn into.  A very 
friendly group  of irisarians was there (calling to mind one of the 
comments about the  benefits of iris gardening).  It appears the sale was 
a big  success.  Out on the sale tables I picked up a few iris I can't 
find  complete information about:

Argentine Tango (2000  reg.)
ARGENTINE TANGO (Darlene Pinegar R. 2000) TB, 31", EM,  Lightly ruffled light 
peach, F. with medium apricot hafts; beards medium yellow,  tangering in 
throat, fuzzy short medium yellow horn sometimes  present

Bride's Lace (1977)--lacy white with salmon pink beards  (hybridizer?)
(O. Julander, R. 1977). Sdlg. J70-86-1. TB 30-32"  (76-81 cm) ME-ML. 
"Heavily laced white self; red beard. (All Eternity x  Celestial Snow) X 
Valentina., Tell 1978. " 

Chico (1987 reg.)
only can find - 
(W. Luihn R. 1985). Sdlg. 79-23. TB 38" (97 cm) M-L.  
"S. pale blue (M&P 41-A-2) shading slightly deeper (41-AB-8) at base;  F. 
pale blue (41-A-3 to 41-A-5); blue beard tipped bronze in throat; waved and  
lightly ruffled; slight sweet fragrance. 77-2: (Contempo x Five Star Admiral)  X 
Song of Norway., Keppel 1985. " 

Christian (2001 reg.)

Darelene Pinegar  R. 2001) TB, 33", EM, S. brown maroon; style arms golden 
brown; F. maroon black  markings on yellow haft becoming solid at and beyond end 
of burnt orange beard;,  petal edge lighter; lightly ruffled, flared, slight 
sweet  fragrance.

Lightning Strike (Lange 97)--"purple"

(Anthony Lange, R. 1994). Sdlg. 4-88-15. TB 30" (76  cm) M & RE. 
"S. violet (near RHS 86A); style arms violet; F. velvety  purple violet (near 
82) with metallic overlay, edged S. color, veining around  beards; beards old 
gold, white base, broad purple violet flounce; lightly  ruffled; pronounced 
sweet fragrance. Sky Hooks X Spinning Wheel., Camicot  Acres 1997. "  

I'd  appreciate the missing info, or any additional info, if anyone has  
some.  My stay in Salt Lake City was unintentionally extended for  three 
days due to a broken auto thermostat, so I'm just now getting ready  to 
plant, and would like to know what I'm planting, if possible.   Thanks.

Sanpete County, Utah

Glad you had such a good time!
Rita  Gormley
Gormley Greenery
Cedar Hill, MO
AIS Region 18, Zone  5

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