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Re: SDB: Just A Croc pics

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: SDB: Just A Croc pics
  • From: "irischap" irischapman@netscape.net
  • Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 11:18:51 -0000

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Sterling Okase <sterling_o@y...>
wrote:
> --- irischap <irischapman@n...> wrote:
> > The flower looks like JAC to me.
> > How is the increase on your plant? Do the increases
> > also have variagation?
> > Sometiomes I get this sort of thing and the plant
> > will gradually
> > disapear seeming to be some sort of disease.
> 
> I have grown Just A Croc for 4-5 years, almost since
> it's introduction. I got my start from another
> irisarian. It has always been variegated and all the
> increase are also variegated. I have never seen a
> green fan on it. It's never been a strong grower for
> me and I think the flower form and color is not that
> great. The variegation is in the yellow range so gives
> the plant a sickly look. I was thinking about throwing
> it away. The only reason I kept it all this time is
> because it was variegated. I emailed Brad Kasperek a
> couple of years ago trying to comfirm the variegated
> leaves but never got a reply. 
> 
> Sterling
> 
> 
Should try throwing some pollen on it to see the babies. Looks like a
winner. If its steady like this you can register it as a new cultivar
such as "Gnu Croc" 
Chuck Chapman


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