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Re: Blue-Eyed Grass

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Blue-Eyed Grass
  • From: "John I. Jones" <jijones@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 12:47:54 +0000
  • References: <30a17e50.35922829@aol.com>

Mike00Rita@aol.com wrote:
> Hi
>     BEG is sisyrinchium bellum. I don't know about your area but this little
> plant can become a bit out of hand if not delt with right away.. It reseeds
> easily. I just move it anytime the mood suits me. Watering before and after
> where I want it to survive. It is in the iridacae family
>      I have 3 varieties  of SISYRINCHIUM and basically try to keep them in
> shady areas so they won't get too happy!
>      The JIs are happily blooming away. Bless their blooms! It rained today
> for which I was very pleased. I can enjoy the flowers from inside just fine
> for today.
>      Last week I did see the "yellow JI". It appears to me to be a JI
> psuedocorus cross. The stem was much like  psuedocorus parent but the bloom
> was nearly 3 inches wide and long on a 2 year plant. It was a pretty butter
> tone with a faint line typical of p. There was also an almost apricot
> tones,very short sibbling next to it. It will be a couple years before there
> are enough plants are built up  for sale.
> Rita B
> zone 7  Western Washington
> 60f at 8 pm and very sunny at the moment
> sun set is 9 25 this evening

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