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Re: RE; AB: seedling SXMM-2

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: RE; AB: seedling SXMM-2
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 16:25:14 EDT

Bob---Yes, SXMM-2 is a strong grower.  In the photo, as in several of the last photos I posted, it is staked.  We had winds for an unusually long time here for 2 weeks that ranged in gusts from 25mph to 50mph.  Budded stalks and blooming stalks on all kinds of irises were near-horizontal most of that time, as the wind was channeled right down my driveway and into the backyard.  So I staked so I could photograph.  This seedling has 2 terminal blooms and a spur.  The blooms last a long time and don't fade......Elm
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