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Re: Re: about the question(s)

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re: about the question(s)
  • From: arilbredbreeder@cs.com
  • Date: Mon, 2 May 2005 18:53:20 EDT

In a message dated 5/2/2005 2:44:59 PM Mountain Daylight Time, donald@eastland.net writes:
Germination is low, the plants aren't vigorous, the blooms weren't
very nice...but every one that bloomed had the signal pattern.  A
couple were bloomouts, some didn't bloom again this year and others
have yet to bloom.  They really aren't stalwart plants.  Survival has
been miserable.  But getting a signal pattern would make them worth
using in the hopes that at some time or another the plant would be at
least decently hearty.

Getting a signal is fairly easy.  The real challenge is getting the gardenable plant.

Sharon McAllister

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