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Re: CULT: Rebloom -- Wearing Rubies


Hi, Lloyd  --  Nice to hear from you!  Have you some photos of those
seedlings?  It's great when one's predictions are borne out, eh?  I failed
again this year, as every year,  to get any crosses on your JENNIFER
REBECCA.   I got seedlings from three different crosses on it in 1996 and
lost all of them to heaving in the disastrous winter that followed.  It is a
beautiful flower, and I hope to find the magic touch again one of these
seasons.

I'm tempted by oranges.  I have an iris which I acquired as WILD WEST WIND,
which I think is an absolutely great orange.  Trouble is, Lowell Baumunk's
description of WWW is not of an orange flower!  I just discovered the
discrepancy.  I'll have to see if I have a photo of it and will look for
some help in identifying it.  --  Griff

zone 7 in Virginia

----- Original Message -----
From: "Juanita Zurbrigg" <z88keys@mindspring.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, June 26, 2004 1:19 PM
Subject: Re: [iris] CULT: Rebloom -- Wearing Rubies


> Dear Griff:  No knowledge about WEARING RUBIES. But thought I would
> tell you about the VV 72 crossof mine at Michael Lockatell's this
> spring. Every iris in the cross was huge, with excellent substance,
> excellent branching and excellent substance. The growth  is also
> super-hardy. I made crosses with some of the Space-Age oranges, which
> seem to grow with compromised vigor. None of the 72 cross had
> appendixes, and it will be interesting to see if they rebloom. RENOWN
> is a key iris in the complicated parentage. Bill Shere (sp?) said the
> one white was as laarge an iris as he had ever seen. Unlike some
> crosses, these have not shown rot on the podded stems.  The pollen
> parent of  VV 72 is an iris that I had told Mike would be very
> important!! Hope you are AOK; soing fairly well here. Sincerely, Lloyd
> Zurbrigg.
> On Tuesday, June 22, 2004, at 06:19 PM, Cathy wrote:
>
> > J. Griffin Crump wrote:
> >
> >> I have several plants from Tempo Two which have been sitting in pots

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