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Re: Looking For Cut Crystal

Hi Lloyd,

Thanks for the info on Invitation and Cut Chrystal.  I got Immortality last
year from one of my friends because of its breeding potential.  I have had
and bought iris for 15 years but my husband just got into it this last year
and he wants to breed  (sometimes I think the bees just might do a better
job) the iris so I decided that we needed Immortality.   I am sure glad to
hear that it is a good grower.   Linda Simmons
Glenn & Linda Simmons  Springfield, Missouri
e-mail glennsimmons@msn.com or
gsimmons1@juno.com or lindaAsimmons@juno.com

-----Original Message-----
From: L.Zurbrigg <z88keys@mindspring.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Saturday, February 21, 1998 7:52 PM
Subject: Re: Looking For Cut Crystal

>Dear Linda:  You asked about INVITATION. It never rebloomed for me in
>Virginia foothills.There are quite a few varieties that will rebloom in
>Oregon that will NOT rebloom in the East.  Sorry, I know nothing about CUT
>CRYSTAL.  But my white iris IMMORTALITY, will grow like a weed in most
>gardens, remonts faithfully for most gardeners, and is close to clear
>white. On days without sun it will have a pale lavender cast, and the buds
>are pale lavender. Lloyd Zurbrigg Durham NC (919 489 6960 ).

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