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Re: REB: Summer bloom, errata

Thanks for your report..

It will be interesting to see if Imm will bloom later for ypou, allthough my suspicions are that it won't unless some of the fans grow to mature size, ie: 11 leaves.

Normal spring bloom seems to be on much smaller mature fans then summer rebloom, from what I can tell.

Chuck Chapman

-----Original Message-----
From: iris DIGEST <iris-owner@hort.net>
To: iris-digest@hort.net
Sent: Thu, 28 Aug 2008 11:45 am
Subject: [iris] iris DIGEST V1 #658

iris DIGEST Thursday, August 28 2008 Volume 01 : Number 658

In this issue:

       [iris] Re: REB: Summer bloom, errata


Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 13:56:38 -0400
From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
Subject: [iris] Re: REB: Summer bloom, errata

ANGELIC WINGS - 2 stalks, 8 green/5 or 6 dead leaves/fan
~14 non blooming fans, up to 6 or 7 green, 3 or 4 dead leaves/fan

BROTHER CARL (I mistakenly ID'd this as I DO in previous post - I DO
seems to be gone) - 2 stalks (one aborted in heat and I just found it
today) - 7 green, 3 or 4 dead/fan
~5 non blooming fans - 4 green, 4 dead leaves/fan

OVER AND OVER (previously mistakenly ID'd this as MARIPOSA AUTUMN, which
is right next to it - natural mistake because OVER AND OVER has <never>
rebloomed here before, summer <or> fall!) 3 stalks, 9 green leaves/fan,
2 or 3 dead leaves/fan
Only one non-blooming fan - 7 green leaves, 2 dead/fan

No stalks up on IMM, but I did count green leaves on all 15 or so fans
in the most floriferous clump here - 2 have 5, 3 have 4, one has 3, the
rest only one or two.  I suspect the two with 5 might make it on to
bloom this fall, now that we've had a good soaking rain, 4 next spring
(I think there were 6 stallks in this clump this spring).

Apologies for erroneous earlier report...

First really good rain in about two years - 4 inches & still raining.
Thank you Fay.  Not enough to add any recharge to streams, but at least
the surface is damp again.

Chuck, I'm assuming you are interested in hearing #leaves/bloom &
nonbloom fan as we move out of what I think of as "summer" bloom?

I DO may not have appealed to me much for breeding in the past, but I'm
starting to see a trend here....
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