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Re: TB: Season Ending Here

Thanks for the try, Patrick.

I see Francelle's picture and remember the bloom in my garden and 
really don't see that much difference between AMIABLE and CAST 
OF CHARACTERS - even less in the descriptions in the R & I.  
Could be the soil conditions here or my eyesight!

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8 (Where the allium HAIR is in bloom.  It 
really is a bad hair day for it.  What a wreck, but I love it!  If we could 
only put this type of 'hair' into an iris beard).

On 10 May 2003 at 22:21, Patrick Orr wrote:

> Hi Walter,
> 1. I am unfamiliar with Amiable.  I have not seen it blooming in anyone's
> garden in Arizona.
> 2. COC has bloomed beautifully in my and Francelle Edward's garden.  Yes,
> however, please check out COC.  Ghio has it listed for $12 if no one locally
> has it to trade you.  I am sure you will love it.
> Attached is a not so good pic.  The pic was taken at late afternoon with a
> 1mpx camera and the coloring is slightly off.  But you get the main idea.
> My garden is still sending up a couple more bloom stalks.  Go figure.
> Silent Tears opened up today.  The Spuria iris are almost finished, and it
> is supposed to be 100 degrees in a few days.
> Been trying to get some hybridizing done early in the morn, but it has been
> windy and very dry.  Much of the pollen is already dried out when the flower
> opens.
> Patrick

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