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Re: TB: Recommendations

some of us are just coming into early TB and early Siberian
bloom. But these are the early ones I liked this year:

1. IB - Fresh Image (darn thing is beautiful and has been full
of flowers for literally weeks) Craig '00

2. IB - Midsummer Night's Dream (ditto and more bloomstalks to
come) Baumunk '99

3. TB - Broadband (a really garden stand-out), Tasco '02

4. TB - Introspection (wow), Baumunk '03

A tie for fifth:

5. TB - Kinkajou Shrew (double wow), Kasparek '00
5. TB - Millenium Falcon (gorgeous), Kasparek '00

Early Siberians:

1. Sky Wings (beautiful and gave me a blue last Sat.), Peck '71 

2. Sweet Little Susie (first Sib. to bloom) - Schafer/Sacks '01

3. Active Duty (tall and striking reddish), Stahly '99

4. China Spring (from species Iris typhifolia),Bauer/Coble '99

5. my own seedling: 99-10 (an early pink)


Ellen Gallagher

The Society for Siberian Irises:  http://www.socsib.org

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