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Re: Re: Re: HYB: form, older stuff

Betty, I'm glad you know Latest Style. I'm kinda wanting to get a 
confirmation on it's ID.  The falls don't seem as dark as pics I've found 
on the net. It's nearly white here, but just a faint hint of being an 
amoena.   But, I've experienced that with alot of the light colored 
cultivars.  My only problem with it is that it hasn't had over 7buds or got 
over 2ft, and it blooms all at once.  I call it BAM!  And then that stalk is 
done. I'll post a pic on iris photo's of what I'm talking about.  I do love 
how it's reblooming, even though it blooms like that, it's made multiple 
stalks that have bloomed in sequence, so it hasn't stopped for weeks, 
and it's still sending up stalks.  It's planted right next to tea leaves and 
they both have the same soil and got the same fertilizer for two years. 
Tea leaves has been a foot taller with an extra low branch with 10-11 
buds. I know what Linda is talking about with weak stalks, mine are 
solid, but none strait.  They kinda start out at about a 30deg. angle and 
then curve upward.   Its bloom habit is spaced out, makes it last alot 
They are 
both definately performers in my zone.  
Check out the pic and let me know if you think of LS.  I noticed you list 
Latest Style as a parent in one of 
your crosses. Can't remember if it was the pod or pollen parent though.  
Mine has a bee pod on it right now.  Wonder if it's a self, or from it's 
neighbor TL?
Will Warner
> From: Autmirislvr@aol.com
> Date: 2004/11/12 Fri PM 05:10:51 CST
> To: iris@hort.net
> Subject: Re: [iris] Re: HYB: form, older stuff
> In a message dated 11/12/2004 12:42:43 PM Central Standard Time, 
> lmann@volfirst.net writes:
> > It's a total contrast to latest style which
> > only has a few buds on top of short stalks.
> Will are you referring to LATEST STYLE by Zurbrigg?  It is one of my 
> color patterns.  It's been a long time since I've seen it bloom here, but 
> bought it again this past fall and hope to see it bloom in the spring.  I 
> some of it's children!  
> It's in my 1501 rebloomers, but I may be the only one that ever used it 
> breeding! 
> Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6
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