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Re: HYB: wide falls?

  • Subject: Re: HYB: wide falls?
  • From: "lilium48" lilium48@hotmail.com
  • Date: Wed, 04 Dec 2002 16:39:25 -0000


Without a doubt, the widest hafts I've seen on an iris is 'T-Rex' 
introduced this year by Richardson.  It was a guest in our Region 
18/TBIS convention gardens. Totally overlapping falls.  When viewing 
the flower you wonder how an iris could possibly get any wider!  (I'm 
sure iris growers in the past have thought the same thing.)  It is a 
light blue.  I don't remember the parentage and since it was a guest, 
I don't know yet if it is fertile.  Of around 450 convention guests 
in my garden, it was my favorite.

Calvin Helsley
Mansfield, MO   Zone 5b  (5 miles from Zone 6A!)


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