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Re: First Time Bloom Today - Anything Goes

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: First Time Bloom Today - Anything Goes
  • From: "donald" donald@eastland.net
  • Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 21:29:49 -0000

Tom Greaves wrote:

> It is very similar to Panama Hattie.  I just put the 2 pictures up 
> side-by-side and PH is just a little brighter.

PH isn't the best grower for me.  Blooms about every other year and 
not a lot of increase.  It also has a more linear bloom form than AG 
appears to have.  If AG is a happier growing plant, I'd still be 
interested.  I like PH because it is interesting and different, but 
performance could be better.  At least it hasn't croaked outright.


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