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Re: Pedigree for Batik?

Details of the origin of seedling 65-12, the founding stock of modern variegated flowers , are outlined in great detail in Ensminger's articles. Particularly in article in April 1984 Bulletin "Fun and Fantasy" pg 12-17. All the information your heart desires. Can't find this amount of detail in pedigrees .

Chuck Chapman

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Pries <101p@rewrite.hort.net>
To: iris <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Wed, Oct 15, 2014 1:31 pm
Subject: Re: [iris] Pedigree for Batik?

Seana: I connected a few missing links and if your daughter goes to the Encyclopedia and clicks on the parents of Batik she will get the page for each parent and she can trace it back. Someday we hope to have the entire pedigree for each iris displayed on a single page. but for now it is just links backwards. You might explain that modern digital images are usually bluer than actual flowers and old slides were usually redder than actual flowers. Thus the multiple images shown for each iris averaged in your mind would probably give you a good idea of the real flower, but individually that is why the images vary.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Seaman Ames" <070c55fd1@rewrite.hort.net>
To: iris@hort.net
Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 2:24:46 PM
Subject: [iris] Pedigree for Batik?

My 12yo dd is developing an interest in breeding iris. She is intrigued with how the first broken color iris came to be. Does anyone know the parents to Allan Ensminger's Batik or any of the first broken color iris?
Colorado - eastern plains
Zone 5bB

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<div>-------- Original message --------</div><div>From: iris-owner@hort.net </div><div>Date:10/08/2014 10:45 AM (GMT-07:00) </div><div>To: iris-digest@hort.net </div><div>Subject: [iris] iris DIGEST V1 #333 </div><div>
iris DIGEST Wednesday, October 8 2014 Volume 01 : Number 333

In this issue:

Re: [iris] Please TRIM the message histories, especially when digest!!


Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2014 14:56:41 -0700
From: Gesine Lohr <f2945df91@rewrite.hort.net>
Subject: Re: [iris] Please TRIM the message histories, especially when digest!!

Hi all,

OK, just for the record, to clarify why I wrote "please trim messages
especially in digest" --

I've had people ask me in the past for help in reading Iris-talk, they
were having trouble with reading it (because of the very long "tails"
of untrimmed chains-of-posts); recently, many posters were not
trimming any of the old-strings-of-digest-messages -- And with our
internet connection, it's difficult to read in email, for us too.  So
my intent was to help with that.  I'm not the only person who finds it
difficult to read when you have multiple iterations of

Then Shaub asked how to change how one received iris-talk.  So I spent
20 minutes to look that up and post it.  (I'm just a member here, have
nothing to do with running the list).

I totally grok that internet talk groups are "old technology", "archaic medium".
However, one area where a LOT of newer iris folks, are failing, a lot,
is in recognizing that sure, you want to include all the folks with
the latest technologies, AND ALSO include the people with older
computers, lesser-speed internet connections (and there are quite a
few folks who are seriously interested in iris who are not on
internet).  Reading iris-talk recently, in email, is difficult on a
not-great computer screen (and yep, I could go to the iris-hort site!
but many internet lists successfully remind themselves, oh, let's when
we can trim old tails, so reading within email is easier).

I'm sorry that someone else was apparently insulted by what I wrote.
What I was suggesting -- that people trim the "long tails" off their
posts -- is pretty standard for internet lists.  If people find it
difficult to do that, it can be easier if they switch from
getting-messages-as-digest, to getting messages as emails -- since
then they would respond to one message at a time.  Sometimes when
someone has trouble trimming, then they still don't -- but OTHER folks
on the list are reminded, and at least that makes it easier!

I moderate several large internet groups (~ 3,000 members), being
involved with one since 2000.  It is a pretty well accepted part of
"netiquette" -- net etiquette -- to try to have members of a list,
trim the message-histories, at least to some degree, when responding
to a post.  If someone really has trouble with doing that, then maybe
they'll not trim, understandably.

Thanks Linda for a good reminder on kindness.


A learning experience for you, Shaub - never flame somebody behind their
back in a way that would embarrass you if it gets passed along.

<especially> on the internet! ;-)

lesson in humility & kindness
End of iris DIGEST V1 #333

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