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TB Sterling Cloud

  • Subject: TB Sterling Cloud
  • From: mnhop2@comcast.net
  • Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2008 20:33:30 +0000

I haven't seen this one posted much.. nor have I seen it very often 
on lists or in other gardens...  Got this one a few years back from 
Leota's Iris Garden as a freebie.  I was asked to see how it did in 
Minnesota as they really didn't know what it would do.  Almost lost 
it the first and second year.. but it has finally taken hold and had 
good increases last year.  Nice group of it starting to bloom this 
year.  Its tough to photograph and get the color right... very pale 
hinting of blue in it and this year showing a hint of pale yellow as 
well on the falls.  Very different in my garden.. strong stalks 
compared to many here as well.  Been a windy year and so far no need 
to stake.

Sterling Cloud (Rudkin '2004) E; Silvery white self;B. white at end, 
tipped orange to orange in throat

Sheri in MN

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