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CULT: more favorites from Tennessee

From: linda Mann <lmann@mailhub.icx.net>

This list was sent to me by Julie Allen, AIS judge, in middle Tennessee,
probably zone 7 ish, on the edge of the plateau - good air drainage &
not nearly as frost prone as my place.  I forgot to ask what kind of
soil she has, but I think it's probably clay loam, not very deep to
limestone rock in some places.

> These are the irises that I like best.  Some made the list because they are
> so reliable, even when some others fail to bloom.
> Crystal Halo (JI)
> Rose Queen (JI)
> Professor Jim (LA)
> Jeri (LA)
> Coorabell (LA)
> Sea Consul (LA)
> Willow Ware (IB)
> Maui Moonlight (IB)
> Ask Alma (IB)
> Lenora Pearl (BB)
> Shaker's Prayer (SIB)
> Stairway to Heaven (TB)
> Holy Night (TB) RE
> Prince of Earl (TB) RE
> Light Rebuff (TB) RE
> Beverly Sills (TB)
> Dusky Challenger (TB)
> Sultan's Palace (TB)
> I. sanguinea
> Loyalist (TB)
> Glad Choice (TB)
> Alabaster Unicorn (TB)
> Good Show (TB)
> Red Zinger (IB)
> Voltage (TB)
> Lemon Fever (TB)
> Total Recall (TB) RE
> Puppy Love (MTB)
> Little Showoff (SDB)
> Laced Cotton (TB)
> I'm sure I've forgotten someting, but these are fresh enough in my memory,
> which means they bloomed this year, so I can remember them

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA

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