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Re: Re: CULT: HYB: Seedlings

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re: CULT: HYB: Seedlings
  • From: patsiris@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2001 22:25:34 EDT

Does anyone out there hybridize spurias?    I have about 25 seedlings that 
came up last fall and are still only about 8" tall.   The siberians I started 
are much bigger and more robust looking.   I started the spu seeds in the 
ground and have not moved them.   Also, how long does it take, usually, for 
spuria seeds from germination to first bloom?   
Our weather has cooled this past week with clouds but not much rain.   I hope 
rebloomers will send up some buds soon.   Last year at this time we had over 
100 every day, where as 
we have had 80's recently.   What a nice change! 
                                                             Pat in Dallas

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