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Re: Sweet Geisha

  • Subject: Re: Sweet Geisha
  • From: "donald" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2008 12:46:33 -0000

Great photo, Brock. I hope we all get to enjoy your new camera.

My season is over and done. Supposed to be 98f today, with winds
upwards of 30mph. Hot, drying winds. We need rain, so this year is
back to normal after the wet summer last year.

I look forward to seeing the ABs that bloom in your locale. I think
ABs are being grown successfully in a wider geographical range than a
lot of people realize. They really have a varied genetic background,
so I would expect some to do well and others not - same as they do
here. And the same as the other iris classes do here. It's just a
matter of locating which ones manage my conditions and what I can do to
help them manage. I expect my end of it falls short most of the time.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA

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