Re: OT:Iris-L Status Update
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- Subject: Re: OT:Iris-L Status Update
- From: "John I. Jones" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 12:47:21 +0000
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Duane Buell wrote:
> I. germanica, "Golden Promenade" opened today. This is a huge golden yellow
> flower with three falls and three standards. There is a hint of white in
> the center of the standards that sets of the golden beards. Holding a ruler
> under two of the falls the bloom is 9 inches wide. It is 40 inches from the
> ground to the top of the bloom, and there are 5 buds on the stalk.
> Also in bloom is the Siberian "White Triangles" that came from Foxbrook
> this spring, and it looks like I will have a JI in bloom on the 25th. I
> believe it is "Madame Butterfly", but may be "Geisha Girl" as I mishandled
> some tags ;-(.
> The germanica and the JI are chain store purchases so the names may be made
> up, but they're growing, and that's what's important right now.
> Last of all, I've added some pages of some wildlife, wildflowers and garden
> photos from Alaska and the Canadian Yukon to my website. If anyone is
> interested, the address is http://www.outdoorhq.com/garden/photos.htm.
> The pages are kind of slow loading because I made my thumbnails to big. It
> will be a couple of weeks before I can fix this problem.
> There are several I. setosa photos from this years bloom included.
> I will be away from civilization for about 10 days starting Friday morning,
> so there will be a delay in any responses I need to make to email.
> And thanks to John for a herculean effort to keep the list moving.
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