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Re: REB: 06-48ARE Debrenee X Immortality
  • Subject: Re: REB: 06-48ARE Debrenee X Immortality
  • From: "J. Griffin Crump" <jgcrump@cox.net>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2009 13:22:37 -0500


Mary Lou  --  A pretty flower and very nice branching.  Which side does the branching come from?  (Immortality never bloomed for me when I had it  --  but, then, many others don't, either).  --  Griff
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Sent: Sunday, December 13, 2009 2:46 PM
Subject: [SPAM] [iris-photos] REB: 06-48ARE Debrenee X Immortality


Another example of cold damage.  Top growth of stalk stopped
during development, with nighttime lows near freezing.  This one
was too late as a fall maiden in 07, too late in 08.  Would have
been early enough this year, if it had been a 'normal' fall season.
A region 6 guest for 2011.  11-12 buds, sturdy stalks, very healthy.
Betty is right - you get nicer things using Immortality as pollen
parent.  Immortality produces lots of pollen on fall bloom.
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis, Z5

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