Re: TB: Slow Blacks
- Subject: Re: [iris-talk] TB: Slow Blacks
- From: email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 13:40:12 EDT
In a message dated 6/19/01 3:17:49 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> I should have stated recent blacks that are what I call 'soot black.'
> None of
> of recent vintage do well here, and when BEFORE THE STORM passed from
> the garden, I didn't bother to replace it because it was such a
> struggle keeping it going. Its children are struggling now.
> Yes, SUPERSTITION is still a dandy, but it is not as black as the soot
> Responding to Jeff Walters:
> TOM JOHNSON's beard is more yellow than orange in my soil and the violet
> is not as dark as the picture.
How much direct sunlight?
> Responding to Mike Sutton:
> Maybe I should order BYE BYE BLACKBIRD from you.
BBB has definitely been much better than ANVIL OF DARKNESS or MIDNIGHT OIL.
Blooms as BORDELLO ends and before SUPERSTITION begins.
> Why can't blacks grow like LET'S BOOGIE OR BRAZILIAN HOLIDAY?
Maybe because BH is so superlative. Just wish it would bloom a little earlier.
Michael,Zone 9b and hotter.
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