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HYB: sdlg 083E22
  • Subject: HYB: sdlg 083E22
  • From: "J. Griffin Crump" <jgcrump@cox.net>
  • Date: Sun, 9 May 2010 14:59:51 -0400


At the Oklahoma City convention in 2007, I pointed out my Lavender Interlude to Fred Kerr and asked his advice about what to do with it, since it was, in my opinion, a good iris, but the flower form was, by then, dated.  His answer: "What are your goals?"  After thinking about it, I decided that it needed a really strong dose of ruffles, so I crossed it with Keith Keppel's Sea Power.  Here are Lavender Interlude and two photos of a resulting seedling, 08322.  The second shot of 08322 is to better show the silver/cream flush in the standards that matches the edge of the falls. --  Griff

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