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Fw: reticula, danfordiae and hermodactylus

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Fw: reticula, danfordiae and hermodactylus
  • From: "Barbara Mann" <irismaven@email.msn.com>
  • Date: Sun, 14 Dec 1997 14:49:35 -0700 (MST)

-----Original Message-----
From: Barbara Mann <irismaven@email.msn.com>
To: iris-l@rt66.com <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Friday, December 12, 1997 8:54 PM
Subject: Re: reticula, danfordiae and hermodactylus

>Donald's message:
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Donald Eaves <donald@eastland.net>
>To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
>Date: Thursday, December 11, 1997 7:12 PM
>Subject: Re: reticula, danfordiae and hermodactylus
>>Now that I've planted the above this fall, can someone tell what to
>> Will these send up foliage when it warms up, then bloom?  Or do they more
>>or less send up a bloom stalk at the same time as the foliage?  I keep
>>staring at the ground, but nothing has happened yet.  I thought they might
>>put out early with the dutch iris, but that hasn't happened.
>>between Abilene & Fort Worth
>>expected down in the uppuer 20's tonight and for several more after
>>P.S.  How's ARIL REVERIE making it Walter?  Did it escape a freeze?
>Hi, Donald...I can't say anything about hermodactylus, but I. danfordiae
>reticulata tend to bloom first and then put up leaves.  Good thing,
>actually, since the blooms are only a few inches tall, and the long (one to
>two feet), thin leaves would look out of proportion if they were
>Barb in Santa Fe, where my thermometer registered -4.8 degrees F this
>morning.  Supposed to be up in the low fifties by Monday, though.  I know
>it's not good for the plants, but my sinuses would appreciate some warmth!

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