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Re: TB: GHOST TRAIN/was slow blacks

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] TB: GHOST TRAIN/was slow blacks
  • From: "Patrick Orr" <PatrickJOrr@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 21:31:45 -0700

>       You didn't say how close to black you thought it was, or just that
>deep purple.    Does it have a satin finish?   Looked that way in the catalog
>if I remember.   Sometimes vigor makes up for alot.    More input...
>Janet Natale
>zone 8 of Sc, MyrtleBeach

Dear Janet and talkers:

I personally did not get to see this bloom except in either bud form showing most of its color, or when it was closing up.  It happened right around the time I made my trip to California for the R15 Spring Trek and then followed it with a wild tour of N.Cal iris gardens.

I guess I will have to wait until next April to see it bloom here.

Phoenix, AZ  Zone 25 (or so it seems right now)
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