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Re: HYB: TB: fun pods (non-rebloom)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Linda Mann" <>

> Which crosses are successful for everybody else this year that they are
> excited about?

Hi Linda,

The iris season is just starting for us so no pods are clearly set yet. Some
crosses have been made and big plans are underway. The pollen brushes are at
the ready for everything budded up and everything to come later.

>From previous crosses, the most exciting seedlings that have a shot at bloom
this year are F2 setosa/siberica (The first just opened!), F2s from the (JI
x SIB) X I. pseudacorus group, a couple of batches of Siberian things from
DANDY'S HORNPIPE breeding, the rest of the VANITY X IMMORTALITY kids, and a
bunch of LT (lost tag) TBs rescued from the edge of the garden.


Skip & Christy Hensler
Newport, WA

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