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Re: Yellow JI/ Spuria??

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Yellow JI/ Spuria??
  • From: "John I. Jones" <jijones@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 09:42:39 +0000

> Please pass this on -- tnx.
> **
>  Rita B said:
>  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 short sibbling next to it. It will be a couple years before there
> > are enough plants are built up  for sale.
> >
> ***
> I wonder if this (these?) were Spuria? I saw a yellow Spuria in the gardens
> at the Stately (Kathy) Guest Mansion and having hardly ever seen a Spuria
> I thot it was a psuedocorus, but when Kathy said Spuria, I remember hearing
> that they aren't supposed to grow around our area and she said that these
> Spuria have not heard about that. Shure hope I didn't say it TOOOO loud.
> Speaking of the Guest Mansion Gardens, that 'Stately Flamingo' (??) is
> gorgeous!! Standards standing up tall -- with some imagination, I could
> see one Flamingo in flight, lighter hued wings spread on either side of the
> dark body, suspended in air...
> Clumps of breathtaking JI's ... branching I could not believe on the JI of
> Anna Rettig's cultivars. I think I counted the potential of at least five (5)
> buds on at least one stalk. Unbelieveable!!
> Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY who is a bit behind both culturally (!!) and
> in the season from E. Aurora, NY

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