I've posted this iris before, but it was a
bug-holed photo. So here it is again, but with a "perk!"
One of the blooms had a funny yellow "wedge" on the
fall. Is this called a "Chimera" phenomenon?
I did not use any chemicals around this clump last
year, either, and I've never seen this happen to this cultivar
before. Just a freak of nature?
CALL WAITING was bred here in Michigan, by Hal
Stahly. I have tried using it as a parent, and it seemed reluctant to set
pods until last year (2006), when I got 3 pods (with a total of 106
seeds!). (Pollen parents were 'Celebration Song', 'Brazilian Holiday', and
Great clump this last year. Nice
foliage, too. Photo taken June, 2006.
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