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AB: RECG-03-1 (was Sandy Ives Seedling)

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] AB: RECG-03-1 (was Sandy Ives Seedling)
  • From: Sandy Ives rives@rogers.com
  • Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2006 16:41:20 -0400 (EDT)

To be honest, I don't know which one this is.  The blue is a little extreme for what I remember.

If it is THSW-4, then I can report that it took off in my garden this year as well.  I still like its siblings more, but the bud count for this one has never been higher than six in previous years.

(Tiger Honey x Spirit World)

This is the second or third year of bloom for the attached; I moved it from my dad's farm last fall to get a better look at it.  I've found 'Ruby Eruption' to be a very good parent; here is a cross with Concerto Grosso as the pollen parent. 

It qualifies as an aril-med.  Three buds with good increase and reasonable form.  It is a little darker in the garden than on my screen.  No pollen, but I'm checking it out as a pod parent.

It's won an EC, but that is always luck-of-the-draw.


Sandy Ives


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