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Re: Bloom 2010
  • Subject: Re: Bloom 2010
  • From: "johnhb67114" <johnb002@cox.net>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2010 13:11:49 -0000


Hi Vicki. Mandschurica is from East Russia, Manchuria, and possibly
Korea & China. Scariosa came from Sergey Bankatov in the

John B
Stavrapol area of Russia, and Svetlanae Central Asia.

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Vicki <jvickic@...> wrote:
> John B,
> These are very interesting and intriguing iris. Please tell us more
> about them. Where is their native growing area? How many blooms per
> stalk? Where are you growing them? What are their chromosome count? Are
> any of them fertile?
> The mandschurica is very attractive and the foliage on the svetlanae is
> quite different as is the bloom.
> Thanks,
> Vicki

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