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CULT: Colour change

  • Subject: CULT: Colour change
  • From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 00:46:57

I think it has been noted here before, that reports of colour change, while 
seemingly common enough, never seem to eminate from people who have grown 
and hybridised large collections of irises, for many years. People such as 
Walter Moores, Mike Sutton, etc. Clearly if it does occur, it would be 
occuring in the gardens of these people.
White to murky white, dark purple to pale purple, yes, because of variable 
growing conditions. Purple or blue to Yellow, No!
White, deformed flowers from roundup poisoning - this has been well 
Cheers, Jan

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