Lady Mohr is blooming in my garden now also.It was sent with the collection that my
mother ordered from Couleys back in 1946.I’m sure it was an extra, a gift.Someone told me that it was listed in
Couleys catalog that year for $50.I doubt that she ever paid more than 50 cents for an iris, and nether or
us liked it very well. It was
touted as the first green iris.Its
color is very much like Thornbird.Of course, I will keep it always for sentimental reasons.
Francelle EdwardsGlendale, AZZone 9
-----Original Message----- From: Donald Eaves
[mailto:email@example.com] Sent:Wednesday, April 14, 2004 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [iris-photos] LADY MOHR
OB- type AB,
historic. Salbach 43. Older now and lacking the flamboyant, intense colors of some other ABs, it has the very
good quality of durability and reliable bloom. I've had 3 pods in the
years it's been here - totaling 7 seeds without any subsequent germination.
I keep trying. After all, other people have been successful. Although
most registered descendents stem from a TB pollen parent and my on pods were
via AB pollen.
Donald Eaves email@example.com Texas Zone 7b, USA