Have you tried some om my rebloomers like Forever Blue, Blueberry
Forever Violet etc. I have gotten reports of rebloom in Calgary
as well as
You can see them at <chapmaniris.com>
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"Ann Conway" <amconway@...> wrote:
> Lovely! I sure
wish Irises rebloomed in Calgary!
> ----- Original Message
> From: loic tasquier
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 11:23 AM
> Subject: [iris-photos]
HYB SDB/ REB : DD05-16b=" Fris"
> I am very happy to show you my first rebloomer!
> it's name is FRIS ("Fresh" in Dutch).
> It's the second
seedling that bloomed last spring from the cross
(What Again X Sapphire
> The other one looks pretty much the same, but no
> I don't know where A. Ensminger and M. Hamblen
irises, North or South.
> Would be great to see a mix
> It reaches the top limit for a SDB (
but with the rain we've had,
all SDBs are much taller than in May
> It has 4 buds, doesn't seem to be a faboulous pod parent,
every iris it's pollen touches is pregnant...!
> It has
4 fat increases and 1 smaller one for next year.
> Many seedling from the reverse cross (Sapphire
Jewels X What
Again) bloomed in Spring, some quite pretty, but no reploom
in that lot.
> Seems to prove that when it is the POD
parent that is the REB
(What Again) in a cross involving a Rebloomer and a
Carrier, there are
more chances for rebloom!
> (Very Happy) Loï¿½c
> who, like Betty, could die (or kill...) for a repeat,
everblooming / continuous / non-daylight dependant
> zone 7 - Nederland
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