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Re: Mtn. Sunrise X Raspberry Swirl seedling
  • Subject: Re: Mtn. Sunrise X Raspberry Swirl seedling
  • From: "Brock Heilman" <brockheilman@aol.com>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 16:16:57 -0000


Hi Mike,

I certainly wouldn't go so far as to say I hate the form in the photo, but if the form improves when it can bloom without frost, this one will be drop-dead gorgeous! The coloring and pattern are right up my alley.


--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Sutton" <orders@...> wrote:
> Brought this in yesterday before the big ice last night.....it pushed through frosts from earlier this year in Oct. and Nov. Has a bit of frost damage on the standards but I really like the coloration and patterning. Been working towards a double banded iris, probably will have it in a couple more generations. Can't think of any other iris with this coloration and patterning, especially in rebloomers?
> Mountain Sunrise X Raspberry Swirl. 11 buds, maiden bloom planted as a seedling last April.
> Mike Sutton

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