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CULT: My favs

From: Irisborer@aol.com

I think this is a wonderful exercise.... and the beauty thing is that if we 
are intrigued by someone's choices - we can actually get FEEDBACK!!  For 
example, if I see that John Barleycorn is in love with a siberian called 
ANNER, I can ask him what kind of soil he has.... whether he waters or not... 
whether he fertilizes or not and if he does, with what.

You get the picture.

So our symposium is not a static document - but a living organism!!!  


I'm on it.

East Aurora, NY - Z6

BUMBLEBEE DEELITE (MTB) - a wonderful performer and great increaser.  Yallar 
standards and maroon falls that stand out smartly at the horizontal.  Best 
viewed in a clump - which is no problem, since it clumps up readily
NIAGARA POWER (JI) - delicate and unusual 3-fall Japanese Iris with raspberry 
standards, gunmetal grey falls shot with raspberry veins.  Will bring you to 
your knees.
SUPERSTITION (TB), black - black as night, black as coal... the sun blotted 
out from the sky
PINK BUBBLES (BB) - long been my all time favorite.  This pink confection has 
not a trace of flesh-tone in the color.  A clear pink of blocky form - frothy 
and perfection.
DUSKY CHALLENGER  (TB) - big dark purple.  Did I say big??  It's BIG folks.
EARTH SONG (TB) - lemon yellow standards, pale lilac falls.  Like a more 
femine version of Edith Wolford - that grows like crazy. 
SHIRLEY M  (TB) another pink... pale and pure with a powder blue beard.  Not 
the best grower in my garden - but worth the wait.
PINK HAZE (Siberian) - pink haze is more pinkish-lavender.  It's an oldie but 
holds it's good looks next to the newest of the new.  Whenever I see a pink 
siberian in a garden and go in for a closer look because I'm so impressed, it 
turns our to be PINK HAZE

LAKE KEUKA  (Siberian) - tones of blue on a quick-growing, perfect siberian.
JEWELLED CROWN (siberian) - pansy purple tet siberian with a stunning gold 
crown where the signal area is.  Breathtaking
LITTLE TRICOLOR (siberian), Blue, violet and purple and could easily overtake 
your garden if you turned your back.  I bring bags of LT to our sale every 
other year - but it's such a beauty it's a pleasure to share..
FRECKLED GEISHA (JI) 6-F white with rose spotting....  outstanding
STATELY FLAMINGO (JI) 3-F - enooooooooormous flamingo pink with a flower that 
can look you in the eye.
POPULAR ACCLAIM (JI) 3-F - white falls, violet standards with tiny white 
rims.  Dramatic.
FOREIGN INTRIGUE (JI) 6-F mysterious dark blue violet with lighter edges. 
Tall and has real presence in thgarden
AURORA'S BLUSH (IB) - wonderful raspberry with extraordinary floriforiousness 
(sp??  no clue)
GEISHA (IB) I love the blocky form of this one... blue and violet plicata
FROSTED VELVET (MTB) white standards and dark violet falls with a white rim.  

MAUI MOONLIGHT - can't remember if it's a BB or IB - but it's certainly TDF 
(<-- to die for).  Palest lemon yellow and perfect form.  I swear that it 
glows in the moonlight.  
HELLCAT (IB) light blue standards, dark blue falls.  Quality all the way.

And I'm reserving my last three till I can face going out in the cold and 
reading the nametags

Kathy Guest
E. Aurora, NY - Z6 (but deteriorating in time for the Bills game)

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