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Re: Re: Iris germination

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re: Iris germination
  • From: "brice rose" iris@syix.com
  • Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2003 14:48:08 -0700

Hi Darm,
Welcome to the group.  This a very nice group of people and it is fun
because we all love the same things.......iris!!
Sorry I can't help you, the things you know are way over my head but there
will be someone in this group I'm sure that can help you.......

Welcome!!!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Darm CROOK" <crook1945@yahoo.com>
To: <iris-photos@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 13, 2003 2:38 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Iris germination


>   Hello Everyone :
>   I`m new to the group , just joined yesterday . I`m
> needing some information on Irises and thought this
> Iris group would be the best place to get it .
>   My name is Darm Crook , I live in Hay River NWT.
> Canada , zone 1 maybe 1.5 .
>   I`m a retired carpenter and have grown and hybrid
> lilies , annuals and perennials for some years now . I
> have only grown a few Irises , ones you could easily
> obtain through a mail order catalogue .
>   This winter I obtained some Iris seed [probably
> another headache] for the following ; I. Siberica ; I.
> Yellow Flag; and I. Graminea . These new aquisitions
> make me ask the following questions as I know nothing
> about Iris germination patterns .
>   [1] Are Irises epigeal or hypogeal germinaters ?
>   [2] If they are hypogeal are they immediate or
> delayed ?
>   [3] If they are epigeal are they immediate or rapid
> ?
>   [4] Do Irises need a stratification period ,if so
> what are the recommended temperatures and length of
> each stage in this process , and what are the various
> stages [warm,cold,warm]?
>   [5] Does the Iris seed need light to germinate or do
> you bury it ?
>   [6] How much tuber growth in a seedling is a
> reasonable  expectation in 4 months growing time , and
> how many years from germination to flowering in a 4
> month growing season ?
>    That`s about it for now , I`m sure the answers will
> raise more questions . I thank you for your
> consideration of my questions and look forward to the
> answers .
>
>
>
> =====
> Darm @ Zone 1 maybe 1.5
> Hay River N.T.
> Canada
>
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