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B.J. Re: My NOID's blooming today
  • Subject: B.J. Re: My NOID's blooming today
  • From: Deb Cranford <estrail1rider@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 05:47:03 -0700 (PDT)


Someone on HIPS identified it as I. Germanica Typ A. Is slow going for me and I still have more of my NOID's blooming. I moved almost all of my known irises to our new house but the ones stil here I received in trades before I figured out that I would really like to know what they were. I enjoy trying to figure them out though and never know what I might find interesting!  I have found a lot of photos to go by...just wish there were more.
--- On Wed, 5/5/10, B.J. Vera <bj@rapidan.com> wrote:

From: B.J. Vera <bj@rapidan.com>
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] My NOID's blooming today
To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2010, 7:57 AM

Your next to the last iris I believe is one I have also, has been in my family for 60 plus  years. (It is the first iris I ever met!) I posted it a couple of years ago and no one knew what it was. I am very interested in responses you may get. I will be watching and good luck!

B.J. in VA

On May 4, 2010, at 11:19 AM, Deb Cranford wrote:


I have been spending my time the last few days trying to
 keep up with my historical NOID irises that have been blooming.
 Trying to get them identified and getting their photos.
 Two I found are Frank Adams and Indian Chief. Another was 
identified by a very helpful person on HIPS as Moonlight.
4 new ones today and guess that will take up most of my day
 today along with trying to figure out which new historicals 
I would like to get from the HIPS sale coming up if they are
The 4 for today that I will be working on are attached. Anyone
knowing right off....all help appreciated. I am learning!
The first two are of the same iris. The small flowered on is 29" tall...is it still a TB?
The white is 44" tall and the flower is 7" tall!! I have never
seen such a huge bloom!


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