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Re: HYB: Golden Immortal x Rio

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] HYB: Golden Immortal x Rio
  • From: Bruce & Linda Silversity@comcast.net
  • Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2005 16:45:11 -0600

Wow.....I love the full shapes and this one just steals my heart away. If you ever register this or put it up for sale....please contact me...I would love to grow that beautiful baby!
Lascassas TN
Zone 7

Nice picture and flower Robin.  Had to laugh when you posted it because I
have a similar rebloomer out of Braggadocio X Return Of Innocence
(attached).  Interesting how two different lines can give similar flowers.
This just bloomed last Aug, sept and oct.
Mike Sutton

>I am really anxious to see this one again in the spring.  This is maiden
>bloom with multiple stalks.  Hopefully outdoors in the sun, the anthocyanin
>will express a little less in the standards.  The branching on this one is
>really good, and it should easily have 8 or more buds when allowed to
>remain in the ground  : )
> I was hoping for the red beards that some of its sibs have, but for my
> goals, this a step in the right direction.  We'll have to see if it will
> bloom earlier next fall.
> Robin Shadlow
> zone 5 NE
> near peak in the formal living room season  : )
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