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RE: OT-BIO: Dennis Kramb

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: RE: OT-BIO: Dennis Kramb
  • From: CARL ECKHOFF <CEE@OURTOWNUSA.com>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 05:56:33 -0700 (MST)


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Welcome Dennis, I'm not familiar with many of the varieties of iris you =
are interested in knowing more about, but I do grow a few of the =
Historics. Be happy to share my limited knowledge with you. The =
discussion on IMMORALITY has been interesting as I also grow this one. =
It is a very dependable rebloomer here also, sometimes it reblooms =
several times durring the summer and fall. I also have a Uncle in Ohio =
to whom I have sent iris  several times.
Judy Eckhoff
In KS.
AIS,HIPS

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From: 	Dennis Kramb[SMTP:dkramb@tso.cin.ix.net]
Sent: 	Sunday, February 22, 1998 8:21 AM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list
Subject: 	OT-BIO: Dennis Kramb

This is my first post to the listserv.  I found out about it from =
attending
a meeting (my first one) at the local iris club today (Miami Valley Iris
Society).  I was encouraged to join the listserv because of my interest =
in
species iris native to Ohio, and also because of my interest in =
arilbreds
which aren't particulalry popular here due to the wet climate.

I'm currently a member of HIPS, AIS, ASI, RBIS, MVIS, and soon to be =
SIGNA.

Being new to the world of irises, I'm full of questions and ideas.  I =
have
done lots of reading, but since I only began planting irises last year, =
my
experience & knowledge is quite limited (I have still yet to see a
rhyzomatous iris bloom in my own garden!).

Regarding arils...has anyone attempted crossing them with water-loving
irises such as Lousianas or Japanese?  Can it be done??  I'm no genetic
engineer, but I imagine that if such a hybridization was viable, it =
would
produce a variety that is more tolerant of Ohio's wet summer climate.  I
haven't found any mention of crossing arils with anything but TB =
specimens
in any books or webpages I've read.

I have aspirations of hybridizing.  Some things I would love to develop
include...green flowered irises...irridescent flowered irises...and of
course arilbreds that will thrive in wet temperate zones.  Whether or =
not
these things are even possible, well, I suppose only time & =
perserverance
will tell.  But if they exist already please tell me where I can get =
them!

Sincerely,
Dennis Kramb (Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)





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