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Re: AB: my oddest cross
  • Subject: Re: AB: my oddest cross
  • From: "Brock Heilman" <brockheilman@aol.com>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 03:19:27 -0000


I do love those smokey tones. That wild flat/BC seedling you sent has made two beautiful clumps, but has yet to bloom for me. It just keeps teasing me every time I look at it. I'm still holding out hope that it will bloom this year, but the other ABs are ahead of it, if it is.

There's at least one stalk in that clump of 'Othmani' you sent, but 'Emerald Fantasy' is barely hanging on right beside it. 'Zwanenburg' has two stalks nearly open. 'Egyptian Queen and that 'Octave' I mentioned to you are forming stalks too... along with a few others.

It's going to be another great season. I'm glad to see how many beautiful things are blooming for you.


--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Donald Eaves" <donald@...> wrote:
> Out checking for pods and checking them twice I think I actually see one
> forming from this group. The cross is (Mohr Pretender x Desert Diamond) X
> Surpassing Yellow. I had reasons for making the cross, but it's an
> incredibly illogical one based on their appearance and backgrounds. Six of
> them bloomed and five had the smoky cast seen here, though none had the same
> colors. This one appears more brown than the photo indicates. I really
> didn't expect much fertility here and didn't really try much. I guess I'll
> be pleasantly surprised if pods develop. Since the first bloom there has
> only been one morning that was decent for daubing and of the sort where I
> get pods. The rest of the time it's been wind, wind and still higher wind
> with too warm temps and low humidity. I'm surprised I'm seeing any pods at
> all. And why am I trying here, anyway? I haven't any clue how to proceed
> using these!
> Donald Eaves
> donald@...
> Texas Zone 7b, USA

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