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RE: CULT: Blyth intros?


CHINESE TREASURE is doing very well.  It struggled a bit the first year.
The only other Blyth I grew was MAGHAREE.  Beautiful iris.  But it
rotted out the second or third year.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Linda Mann [SMTP:lmann@icx.net]
> Sent:	Saturday, February 07, 1998 11:21 AM
> To:	Multiple recipients of list
> Subject:	CULT: Blyth intros?
> 
> Last year, Walter Moore's posted performance in his Mississippi garden
> of several of those gorgeous Blyth introductions.  While stuck here in
> the 3 day power outage (!!), I've been memorizing the 1998 Keppel
> catalog (the only one I have so far).  Only one of the Blyth cultivars
> Walter mentioned is listed, so I was wondering if Walter or any other
> folks in the southeastern freeze/thaw, flood/drought, heat, humidity,
> rot, and death belt have some performance data points on additional
> Blyth cultivars they would share with the list.
> 
> EURYTHMIC is still cheerfully growing in a pot on my windowsill in an
> unheated room, only watered occasionally when I remember and can fight
> my way through all the junk to get to it.
> 
> The cultivars Walter told us about were AFFAIRE, BEACH GIRL, BEHOLD A
> LADY, CHOCOLATE VANILLA, CHINESE EMPRESS, CHINESE TREASURE, CRIMSON
> SNOW, ELECTRIQUE, ENGLISH CHARM, EURYTHMIC, GALLAND ROGUE, GREEN &
> GIFTED, HE MAN, LIGHT BEAM, LIPSTICK LIES, MAGHAREE, MOOMBA, PIPER'S
> FLUTE, REMBRANDT MAGIC, TOMORROW'S CHILD, TOUCH OF BRONZE, WITCH'S
> WAND,
> and WITCHING.  Check the archives for what he said about them -
> probably
> the subject was Blyth.
> 
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
> snow zone, for a change.
> 
> 





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