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Re: REB: HYB:question - inheritance of higher temperature triggers
iris@hort.net
  • Subject: Re: REB: HYB:question - inheritance of higher temperature triggers
  • From: Betty Wilkerson <101n@rewrite.hort.net>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2014 18:59:28 -0400

No.  I have the first rebloom check list.  Edited by a man named Howard
Brookings I think.  Anyway, he did it on a typewriter.  We wrote for a period
of time.  I was living in Alvaton.  





<<I wish I could remember when the
first rebloom checklist was compiled. 
I suspect it wasn't until relatively
recently.  Maybe late 1940s at the 
earliest?>>




Betty Wilkerson
Zone 6 KY
autmirislvr@aol.com




-----Original Message-----
From: Linda Mann
<101l@rewrite.hort.net>
To: iris <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Mon, Oct 27, 2014 7:02
am
Subject: Re: [iris] REB: HYB:question -  inheritance of higher temperature
triggers


I wish I could remember when the first rebloom checklist was
compiled. 
I suspect it wasn't until relatively recently.  Maybe late 1940s at
the 
earliest?  Ok, so that's more than 50 yrs for folks to report rebloom on
older things.  Maybe by the time a lot of people were reporting rebloom, 
the
older ones weren't being as widely grown?

As for Crimson King, it may be
significant that it's only reported from 
warmer areas.  It may not be very
cold hardy.  Plus it's a very late 
fall/very early spring bloomer, so bloom
may be frozen out most years in 
a lot of the country.

On 10/26/2014 11:06
PM, Phloid wrote:
> I already grumble to myself about the obvious scant record
for historic
> reblooming things. It's not the RIS's fault if people don't
report. Case
> in point, Crimson King: Z7,9 AZ, CA, TX is hardly a fitting
record for a
> 1893 iris with a long history of common rebloom.

Linda Mann
east TN zone 7b
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