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Re: Bloom Report


Hi Rusty,
It was nice to get your bloom report.  It is so exciting when the irises
start blooming all over the place.  We have waited so long for this.  Our
irises have lots of growth finally and lots of buds.  Once the rain stops
and the sun comes out, our garden will be sunshine.  I want to make sure the
camera has plenty of film in it.
Lora L. Masche
Forquin Mountain Iris Garden
21643 Shake Ridge Road
Volcano, CA 95689
(209)296-4436
http://welcome.to/irisgarden
-----Original Message-----
From: Rusty Thornsburg <rtburg@mailexcite.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Tuesday, May 05, 1998 7:58 PM
Subject: Bloom Report


>Hello,
>
>I just wanted to post a bloom report, my irises have put on a pretty decent
show,
>considering most of them were first year plants anyway.  Of course there
way Chinese
>Empress, Scented Bubbles, and Hagar's Helmet really early. I had alot of
nice things
>bloom this year...some of my favorites were:
>
>Affaire...this iris is SO awesome...it had a tiny, thin stalk that stood up
to the
>800+ mph winds that ripped through my gardens. (At one point, I joked that
the wind
>was so bad that ORINOCO FLOW was about to be picked up and "sail away, sail
away,
>sail away..."  Anyone else heard that song?)  It also had some of the
BIGGEST flowers
>I've seen.
>
>Point Made... Wow.  'Nuff said.
>
>Lurid... consistent horns, nice branching, startling color, amazing
increase.
>
>BRANCHING OUT... My favorite.  Pale pink, a bit deeper in the heart of the
flower,
>the falls almost look white w/ a pink tint from far away.  Blue horns, show
branching
>(and how), nice increase, So many flowers bloomed on this I lost count.
They started
>off with horns, Then the plant peaked and the horns had what I'd call
"claws" at
>the end of them, and the last few blooms (like 3) didn't have horns at
all... As
>soon as I get my pictures developed, I'll post it somewhere.
>
>Starple... A nice magenta on yellow plicata from Tom Burseen.
>
>Fairy Goblin... an tiny AB that's "ugly" but cute.
>
>Louise Todd... got my mom's attention
>
>Oktoberfest... got my brother's attention
>
>Dappled Pony... I planted it only about a month ago, and it bloomed and I
got hooked
>on MTB's
>
>Vibrations... more amazing in my garden than I imagined it would be.
>
>Okay, that's about it...I loved everything that bloomed, but I'd take too
much space
>talking about them all.
>
>Rusty
>
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>
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>
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