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Re: Re: HYB: Dusky Challenger (was something else)

On 10 May 2003 at 9:29, Linda Mann wrote:

> I have gotten pollen from DUSKY C on occasion, but none in recent years.
> <Linda is not alone I have never found pollen on Dusky Challenger. It
> will
>                    set pods with pollen from something else       Mike
> Greenfield
>                    redea@Infinet.com
>                    SW Ohio Zone 5b>
> --
Occasionally, DC has pollen here, but I have never gotten it to set anything.
Perhaps, it is just as well.  How many really good irises has DC produced? I can 
think of the Dykes from Down Under called TEMPTONE.  It blooms earlier than DC, 
has a nice flower, but it grows too fast for me, and those huge blooms cannot open 
properly in a large clump.  Maybe, I should divide it every year.  It definitely will get 
divided this year.

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8

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