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Re: Re: TB: Autumn Tryst

In a message dated 6/14/2004 11:49:55 PM Central Standard Time, 
randysiris@juno.com writes:

> Autumn Tryst is a very fast grower and reliable
> rebloomer for me in southern California.
> Can't say much for the flower or color, just a plain
> old plicata.

Trivia:  A.T. is one of 31 cultivars (on line registry) that include Earl of 
Essex in the breeding.  More have been registered in the past 5 years.  E of E 
has a tendency to breed modern form (when bred to modern form), rebloom (when 
bred to ANY type of rebloom), and short stalks (when used as pod parent).  

Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6
Bridge In Time Iris Garden@website:

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