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Cult: Queen of Hearts

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Cult: Queen of Hearts
  • From: "John I. Jones" <jijones@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 22:29:29 +0000
  • References: <01BDA140.9B5EC4A0@ppp205.povn.com>

J.F. Hensler wrote:
> 
> Thanks again John, for going to all the work to keep the iris messages coming.
> 
> Would you please post the following.
> 
> CULT: TB: QUEEN OF HEARTS
> 
> I have to appologize to all those QOH clumps that have proven to be hardy and the people who grow them. A neighbor (Carole) about a mile on the other side of the hill has a beautiful clump blooming... no rot, almost no leaf spot and a very nice increase.
> 
> It would seem that somehow the start that I have became defective.  Protected from the weather, it may one day bloom, but doesn't stand a chance in the garden.
> 
> Carole reminded me of another incident a few years back with a start she had of EDITH WOLFORD. It kept trying for three years in her garden, to commit suicide. A replacement start from the clump I had took right off and is doing great.
> 
> I know we talked about possible subtle changes in cvs over time, but has anyone else run into this kind of problem? I've been wondering if there might be some pathogen at work, but none of the other irises have shown this problem.  Any ideas?
> 
> Carole wanted to send a big thanks to everyone for the info on the JIs. So do I.
> 
> Christy Hensler
> Newport, WA z4b thunderstorms, pouring rain, and WIND!
> 
>     ---------------------------------------------------------------
>






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