Re: REB: 12/1/97 rebloom report (lengthy)
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- Subject: Re: REB: 12/1/97 rebloom report (lengthy)
- From: Rick Tasco/Roger Duncan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 3 Dec 1997 12:17:16 -0700 (MST)
Linda Mann wrote:
> Sounds interesting - blooms late in the spring (so I might get to see
> it!) and has tough parentage. Anybody know if this one is such a late
> fall rebloomer in other regions?
I don't recall this variety being a late spring bloomer. It always
bloomed mid-season here. As for the fall bloom, it has bloomed here as
early as early October. It is a very, very strong rebloomer with
excellent modern flower form.
> Rick, which color class is this one closest to - VICTORIA FALLS,
> pallida, SONG OF NORWAY or ? I am trying to think of widely grown
> varieties I may have seen or could look at in a color catalog. Good
> time of year for wishful thinking and starting that $2000 fantasy iris
> order <grin>.
I would have to say that it is closest to Song of Norway. From a
distance it looks white. On closer inspection you will see pale blue
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
> temperatures up from lows in the mid-teens last week or so to highs near
> 70o F and heading back to the low 20s later this week.