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Re: Re: Summer Rebloom Trigers


of course, the mail about Cry Baby is on iris-photos.



Loic
zone 7 - Nederland
 Email : tasquierloic@cs.com
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: loic tasquier
  To: iris@hort.net
  Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 5:07 PM
  Subject: Re: [iris] Re: Summer Rebloom Trigers


  as soon as i read this mail i dashed to the garden with paper and
pencil....so
  happy to help with data that would at last give some root for some
rules...!
  But i couldn't come up with figures any close to yours, Chuck, because i've
  cleaned the garden thorouly to limit the rot linked to the high levels of
  humidity combined to the heat this summer. So i only have green leaves, no
  brown dry ones anywhere, so i guess i can't help this year.

  Immortality with stalks has 7 green leaves , as well as Cantina, Again and
  Again, Many Manalos and Tickle the Ivories.
  Lady Essex, Midnight Caller, Ozark Rebounder, Angel Heart have 8.

   Next year i will leave the dry leaves till the stalks appear !

  Looc

  PS: about Cry Baby, i will send a mail about it soon.





  ----- Original Message -----
    From: irischapman@aim.com
    To: iris@hort.net
    Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 1:26 PM
    Subject: [iris] Re: Summer Rebloom Trigers


    As far as I can tell, the  flower bud differentiation  occurs at the
    same time as the trigger for  the growth of  the increases between
    leaves.

    It would appear that  the maturity of the fan determines if it reblooms
    or not. Some observations from garden

    Pure As Gold flower stalk on  fan with 10 leaves, not on fan with 9
    leaves
    Again and Again stalks of fans with 10 leaves not on fans with 9 leaves
    Dorcus Lives Again stalks on fans with 11 leaves , not on fan with 10
    leaves
    Red Revival stalks on fans with 11 leaves not on fans with 10 leaves
    Queen Dorothy stalks on fans with 10 or 9 leaves , not on fans with 8
    leaves


    At the same time I have Daughter of Stars with fan of 12 leaves, no
    rebloom.
    Cry Baby with fan of 10 leaves and all sorts of daughter plants growing
    between leaves in fans, but no flower stalk. Lotic reports rebloom on
    Cry Baby in his garden, perhaps a difference in hours of sunlight.


    Chuck Chapman

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