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Re: HYB BC rebloomer

OK, if we can figure out a way to get it to you without having to do all the phyto stuff.  I will send you a piece this summer.  Any ideas?
----- Original Message -----
From: Sandy Ives
Sent: Saturday, May 20, 2000 6:31 PM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] HYB BC rebloomer

Test it in an Ottawa garden and get two votes towards an HC.  ;-)


Sandy Ives (in New Bytown ;-)    )

Mike Sutton wrote:

Blooming today.  Been working real hard on BCs the  past six years.  Trying to get vigorous, well branched and budded BCs.  Got it with this one.  7 buds, 2 branches, spur and terminal.  REBLOOMs this is the third time this has bloomed this year.  Wide form and ruffled, another new thing for BCs.  Not my colors, but other than that I finally got everything in one flower.  Been breeding it like crazy since Feburary.  This is a two  year clump and it has 54 increases, yep 54.  15 bloomstalks in April alone.   Might even make it in the great white north.  There are strong winds today, that's why the flower looks like it is leaning to the right.Mike

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