Very nice seedlings, Jan.
I've only recently started "collecting" spuria
iris, so only 3 have bloomed here so far. From what I could see on your
pictures re spuria mystery growth, it looks like a proliferation, as sometimes
happens on daylilies. If it has enough roots to support it, I'd cut it
off and pot it up. Otherwise, after the parent stalk blooms, I'd bend
the stalk to the ground and pin it there and see if it takes.
El, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2010 1:07
Subject: [iris-photos] Spuria seedlings
Here is another bee pod spuria. It looks more brown than the
photo shows. I will try to get a shot in the sun tomorrow.