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Re: please forgive my ignorance . . .

  • Subject: Re: please forgive my ignorance . . .
  • From: lmmunro@hotmail.com
  • Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2001 16:33:30 -0000

   I don't know alot about them either, but I concur with everything 
Arnold said about Pardancanda/Belamcanda. 3 years ago, I bought one 
of each, and the flowers were EXACTLY the same! However, with the 
blackberry lilly, the seed pods grew huge, and the Candy Lilly's pods 
were small. Both are very fertile. I don't think the  belamcanda
(blackberry lilly) comes in any other color except orange with red 
spots. The pardancanda, however, seems to have alot of different 
color variations. They also must be in the iris family..they get the 
same kind of leaf spot and the iris borers LOVE them.

--- In iris-talk@y..., Pat Mitchell <pattm@e...> wrote:
> I've adored the photos of pardancanda on the Iris photos list (I 
> the PINK one!) - but they all look like what I know as belamcanda
> (blackberry lily) . . am I mistaken in nomenclature, or are they
> similar, and are they really iris?
> Thanks for indulging me.
> Pat Mitchell
> pattm@e...

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