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Re: Cult : TB

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Cult : TB
  • From: "John I. Jones" <jijones@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 12:57:07 +0000
  • References: <199806261754.TAA04809@mb06.swip.net>

gunnar wrote:
> Hi John, can you please send this email, TIA
> The Tall Bearded are in peak bloom here in stockholm now.
> it have been rather chilly for the season. but im not complaining
> every single flower have lasted for about one week.
> now we have in bloom
> Sea Quest
> Coral Charmer
> September Replay
> Before The Storm
> Grace Thomas
> Chico Maid
> Crystalyn
> Fancy Fellow
> Raspberry Fudge
> Affluence
> Breakers
> In town
> also one IB : Avanelle
> and one BB: Big Victory
> and also some MTB : Frosted Velvet, Joseph's Coat, Reminiscence, Purple
> Heather, Rose caper
> I have also some Sib. seedplants that are flowering
> and one seedplant flowering looking like an ensata.
> and another gang of seedplants ive forgotten the name on, funny looking ,
> rounded fall, rather flat
> flower, medium blue, white shoulders a little veined, towards yellow in the
> throat , styles mostly white with a blue line tip bent up 1/4 inch wide,
> but none of the seedlings have any standards - just like an 1/4 inch long
> nematode
> the leaves are ab. 1 inch wide.
> I know I have had seed from; I. setose ssp. canadensis (I.Hookeri), and
> I setosa v. arctica (I. setosa ' nana) can it be one of them
> the pseudacorus are also flowering
> Summer Greetings to you all from Sweden
> / Gunnar

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