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Re: OT-BIO: Jody Nolin

Hi Jody,
Glad to hear that someone else is a keen dig up the grass and plant more
iris person. My husband spends all day growing grass for our dairy herd and
I seem to spend a lot of time digging it up...One never has enough room do
they, especially when you get tempted by new iris releases. You will find
everyone on iris-talk is very friendly and extremely helpful and are always
there to share their extensive knowlede, which has been a life saver for a
novice like myself. I too like the bold coloured irises, JIs in particular
and have many weird combos. I like to plant pinks/apricots with dark
blues/purples, looks wild....My favourite wild coloured TB is Notorious and
perhaps second is Epicentre...At the moment though everything is starting to
rot/go mouldy as we have had a lot of rain/humidity and today extreme
...heat..The uv rays are biting...So Welcome..From Wendy
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jody Nolin" <thistle@surfree.com>
To: <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2000 9:26 AM
Subject: [iris-talk] OT-BIO: Jody Nolin

> Hi!
> Been growing iris only about 4 years, learning to deal with clay soil
> and borers.  I'm originally from New Hampshire where neither were a
> problem.
> I'm just starting to get into beardless.  I put in my first LAs this
> year, and had my first Japanese bloom last spring.
> As far as my taste in iris, it's for the dramatic.  I don't have many
> pinks, but lots of gold/maroon/mulberry.  At the spring region 6
> meeting, I was knocked out by Classic Suede, Persian Wood and
> Frostbite.
> I've gotten involved in our local society, which needs some
> revitalizing.  I've gone to a couple of regional meetings and had a
> wonderful time at each one.
> I had a bad case of 'author syndrome' when meeting hybridizers for
> the first time.  I got all tongue-tied.  I think I got over it when
> Brad Kasperek yelled to me across the park "Are you making trouble
> again?"  How'd he figure me out so fast?   ;-)
> I'm an obsessive list and spreadsheet maker, so I've got the data on
> my collection all organized.  Now if the rhizomes would just stay in
> one place....
> I've already convinced my husband that we need more land.  His lawn
> has been disappearing steadily for the last 3 years as new iris beds
> take over.
> I was SO relieved to read the threads about Dykes winners dying.
> Iris are so tough in general that I thought I was killing them.
> I'm looking forward to learning a lot from you!

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