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Re: Re: Seedling help
  • Subject: Re: Re: Seedling help
  • From: cseggen1@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2010 12:35:45 EST


This was my impression too.  Too top heavy but the bright colors are nice.  Maybe the next bloom will be different and as you said if it was 'bird squashed' that might account for the width of the standards.  I like the color or your better!
Connie Eggen
zone 5
Papillion, Ne
In a message dated 3/9/2010 10:55:50 A.M. Central Standard Time, flatnflashy@yahoo.com writes:

My first impression was that it looked familiar... couldn't tell you why. My second impression is there's not enough (falls) to go with the standards; it's out of proportion. Maybe that's an illusion of photo angle or horizontal falls.

How's the substance.. I like really heavy waxy substance..

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Sutton" <orders@...> wrote:
> 8 buds, grows well, reblooms good flower size and clean foliage. can't decide on introduction or not.... any input/opinions would be greatly appreciated.
> Mike Sutton
> Seedling # U-512: Zoned In X Mountain Sunrise

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