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Re: Chartres

Don't you just hate it when you break a stalk, the worst is when you have
just finished making the "perfect cross" and in the process of standing up
you snag the branch or flower you just crossed, hear that telltale snap and
don't have the guts to look down!  Speaking of stalks, Diabolique
(Schreiner's 97) is blooming with 4 branches a spur and triple socketed
terminal!  All in all 13 buds and an absolutely garden visitor stopping
flower!  We lined out four last year and each plant has four increases and
a bloom stalk showing similar branching and bud count. Not a trace of leaf
spot.  Any body having similar results with the flower?  
Mike Sutton

Sutton's Iris Gardens
USDA zone 8/9
where TB bloom has lasted for over 7 weeks now due to very cool weather

> From: SOkase <SOkase@aol.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Subject: MED: Chartres
> Date: Thursday, May 07, 1998 6:47 AM
> Greeting L-ers,
> My stalk of Chartres (J. & V. Craig '97) has been blooming for a week now
> still several buds to go. Earlier I posted a message about it's
> stalk and branching (one of the branches is coming from the base of the
> is re-branched, and is still blooming above the leaves) and bud count.
> flowers are equally as beautiful. Lavender standards with deep violet
> that blend out to a lavender rim (can I say it looks like Magic Man?),
> finished with gentle ruffling. A bit of a tangerine beard too. This is
> most modern MTB I have seen yet, it's about time, I think. From a
distance, it
> truly looks like a miniature-ized version of what modern tall bearded
> look like. The catalog description said it has 6-7 buds but this stalk
> more. I can't tell you how many buds it has because in my frenzy of
> admiration, I broke one of the branches off. I hate when I do that. Has
> else ever done that? I guess this stalk isn't going to the show.....as
> Turner sez....Mighta Been Queen.....*sigh*
> Iris Maniac,
> Sterling (not Innerst)
> Seattle, WA. Zone 8
> SOkase@aol.com

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