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Re: Hot colour iris performance in UK


Clarence was kind enough to mention JENNIFER REBECCA.  Rick Ernst at Cooley's
wrote that they cannot grow enough of this to meet the demands for it. It
fell through the cracks inrespect to AIS voting, probably because I do not do
enough publicity. J>R> is named for  daughter number one.  AMANDA  ERIN is
named for daughter number two. Not as ample in form, it is a very smooth
apricot orange, quite hardy, and also a rebloomer. It has done well here in
Durham the past two autumns.  I shall probably introduce a new apricot-pink
next year from this cross:  (Lady Friend x Beverly Sills) X (Fresno Frolic x
Mabel andrews).  Not a remontant, however.  Lloyd Zurbrigg Durham NC Zone 7.5
 
                   




                                                                             





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