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Re: Re: CULT: Dykes medalists - Hello Darkness etc

>The best performing Dykes medalists that I've tried to grow here are
>HEAVEN.  Always lots of extras to dig for our spring sales of all of
>these but VANITY.
I grow all the above plus HELLO DARKNESS and LEMON POP.  VANITY
has grown the best followed by TITAN'S GLORY.  Haven't had STH long
enough to tell.  DC conked out this season so I'm starting over (try, try
again), VF seems to expand, then dwindle, then expand in a cycle.  Down
to one fan on HD as it has a tendency to only put out one or two increases
and then come close to blooming out.  It will never make a clump if it
continues this pattern and may bloom out.  LP simply has not down well.
Bloomed, but these were set when I got the rhizome.  Currently is a very
marginal iris for survival.  It has been moved to a location I hope it finds
more agreeable.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7, USA

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