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Re: Aaaagh!! Space Agers!!!

From: Billie Jones <billieljones@yahoo.com>


I am extremely fascinated by the Space Age iris.  I
grow Thornbird and Sky Hooks and they have both done
very well for me.  I really like the colors on
Thornbird.  A lot of people don't like it but I do.

Billie Lynn Jones
Grenada, MS

--- Paul Tyerman <tyerman@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Howdy All,
>      Just though I'd pass on to you some lovely
> space agers that are 
> flowering in my garden now... all for the first
> time.
>      Eqyptian (Nice)
>      Conjuration (WOW!!!!!)
>      Skyhooks (interesting colour.... love the
> flounces)
>      And I should get to see the infamous Thornbird
> within the next couple 
> of days.  I look forward to forming my own opinions
> on that one given the 
> "arguements" on the list in the past.  I wonder what
> form mine will take 
> this year.... I wonder what my potting mix will make
> it do.  Will be 
> interesting to see in the future when it is in the
> ground.
>      So many others in flower now that I'm not going
> to start listing them.  
> Particularly love Six Pack, Acoma, Queen of
> Elegance, Knighted, Cheerful 
> One, Epicenter (just finished).... and I'll stop
> there.
>      All the best from Down Under.
> Cheers...
> Paul Tyerman
> Canberra, Australia
> USDA Zone 8

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