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Re: Re; CULT.Somedays..well..hmm

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re; CULT.Somedays..well..hmm
  • From: "Colleen Modra" <irises@senet.com.au>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 13:14:57 +1000


It's a magnificent spring day here also with temps in the high 20s C. Had
about an inch and a half of rain last week and more forcast for tomorrow.
We were at the York Penninsula Feild Days during the week. (the largest and
oldest feild days in SA) They have over 700 exhibitors and about 60,000
people.A happier bunch of farmers I've never seen. They're heading for the
third good season in a row, with high wheat and lamb prices. It was the
first time we'd had a stand there and did quite OK, despite the mud and wind
on the first day. The last two days were lovely weather.

I'm find my garden is very confused by the weather. The dwarfs and early IB
are flowering on schedule as are the early TBs. However we have reblooming
TBs flowering early, is it late rebloom or unusually early bloom, I'm not
sure. But we lots of La in bloom or about to bloom. Almost a month early.
Never had Las in bloom in late Sept before. A lot of the daylilies are
flowering earlier than usual, also.

Two blooms on Yes (TB, Blyth) opened this morning, looking absolutely
magnificent  My dwarf Terra Verde that I bought last year, has just finished
blooming, I really like it, a chartreuse creamy green, nice form.

The PCs are looking the best they ever have.

Bought in a lot of new Sibs last year, so am really looking forward to
those. Dying to see what Roaring Jelly looks like, I couldn't resist the

A couple a weeks more and our imports from Suttons will be out of
quarantine, hope they're sufficently confused to be blooming and to survive
a 750 km trip back in the truck. They will all be in pots. (Hope we have
good sales over the next few weeks to pay the huge bill for quarantine)

Must get back to weeding, the gardens open from Monday

Colleen Modra
South Aust
Zone 8/9 Definitely 9 this year
----- Original Message -----
From: wendy sargeant <wendon@dcsi.net.au>
To: <iris-talk@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2001 9:00 PM
Subject: [iris-talk] Re; CULT.Somedays..well..hmm

> Hi All,
> Felt I just had to share this moment. Dont you just hate it when you get
so enthusiastic doing a certain task you end up doing major damage to other
> Well, I noticed my madly growing tbs had lot of brown spots so I checked
the archives for the appropriate treament and in my frenzy of cutting,
dipping, slicing, dipping and tossing  and dipping..I managed to not only
get rid of all the spotted leaves but also a few spikes of Gaelic Gig...Hmm
very annoying. Gaelic Gig has gone wild since I planted it and it had 6
spikes about to unfurl...Lucky for me there are 3 left...I had better watch
things more closely next time or else I could snap of more spikes of tbs I
havent seen bloom yet.
> Whats blooming now?..Lots of Pacicif Coasts, including 2 lovelies from
Colleen Modra...Navy Blues is doing a wonderful job of being an
exhibitionist...Philanderer . Cherry Child, again courtesty of Colleen
Modra...and lots of spikes on others..Its going to be an exciting season for
me here..Lots of new babies to view..and Lots of new seasons catalogues are
out as well...Its Heaven...
> Bye for Now from Wendy Sargeant...Victoria, Australia....
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