SIB:Flight of Butterflies
I am answering my own posts. I have not been able to get into the
archives or iris-register tonight but have looked in the 99 Check list
and see an insertion for FLIGHT OF BUTTERFLIES that shows
White Flower Farm introduced FOB "ca. 1975." The insertion came
after our discussion on iris-l or iris-talk of FOB not being introduced,
so that one is officially legal in shows now!
I have thought of the hybridizer who has two HMs for the same
cultivar - one as a border and the other as a TB. I believe it is Steve
Stevens. The name of the cultivar has not come to me yet. Maybe
somebody can remember or look it up if you can get into the Mallorn
Archives or iris-register.
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8
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Subject: Re: [iris] BB: Batik
Date sent: Thu, 22 May 2003 21:42:49 -0500
On 22 May 2003 at 17:19, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > That someone put it in with the TBs is a different issue. The judging
> > panel should point that out to the show chair and have it moved. If the
> > show chair doesn't want to move it, it should be ignored, passed, given
> > no consideration. It cannot be judged in the wrong classification. Any
> > judge that let that pass should be sent back for "reorientation."
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> There are lots of little 'quirks' in judging, this being one. We've
> talked of FLIGHT OF BUTTERFLIES winning show awards. The
> last I heard, it was not registered. Then, there are all of those
> horned/flounced ones not sporting all of their appendages and being
> selected QOS. I can see giving such cultivars a blue ribbon, but I
> will not vote them Queen, er, Best Specimen.
> Walter Moores
> Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8
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