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Re: Re:Best Orange Iris


One of my favorite orange iris here in Missouri last year was PHIL'S PICK. It was a pure and vibrant orange color. We are still awaiting TB bloom season in the Kirksville, Missouri area. The nights have stayed rather cool and this has resulted in delayed blooming. So far we have had bloom activity on SDB, IB and Arilbreds only.

If I get the chance I will post a photo to the photo archives when PHIL'S PICK blooms.

I've really enjoyed your question and the responses thus far.

Jeffrey Kurtzeman
USDA Zone 5 Northern Missouri.

On Monday, May 12, 2003, at 08:52 AM, DogsnIris2@aol.com wrote:

I am looking for the best Orange Iris? I have Firebreather, but it isn't very
prolific, and would like better form.
Any suggestions? I also would love to find a great bicolor with orange.

Thanks for the help,

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