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Re: Re: HYB: HUMOR: evaluating seedlings

  • Subject: Re: Re: HYB: HUMOR: evaluating seedlings
  • From: Anita Moran <avmoran1@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2008 10:31:45 -0400 (GMT-04:00)

Well Kinda funny This is the last of the Devil's Fork X Dark Passion babies to open and due to hail and severe storms it had a lot of damage to this flower and some of the buds so I am not sure I will actually see what this one will truely look like this year.  However I was able to see that the beard and appendages were intack and could compare it to the others.

-----Original Message-----
From: donald
Sent: Jun 3, 2008 8:56 AM
To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: HYB: HUMOR: evaluating seedlings

> But when the season makes the really good ones look like this (!!), I
> know not to take anything I see in the garden re: form and stalks too
> seriously.

That's not funny :). It's only too true. I'm always asked about
branching and bud count and I look at a good growing clump registered
as having two branches and 9-13 buds and the stalk has one stubby
branch and 6-7 buds (or worse) and I have to wonder if what I see on
any seedling is what they would do under different conditions.
Unfortunately that miss on buds, branching and stalk height is more the
norm than seeing them match the registration info. Better luck on
seeing stalk to fan ratio. A lot of healthy plants manage that, though
there are a few that grow well without blooming. Moving one of those
to 'purgatory' this fall. One of the better growers and been here
close to a decade. Never bloomed even once. May not even be what it
is supposed to be. Grows really well no matter where I locate it,
but 'purgatory' will be its last chance.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA

Anita Moran
Pilmore Gardens



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