If it is any help, we have been
growing MA since it first came out and it has performed wonderfully for us. It
increases and reblooms like a trooper and is a beauty.
Vernon G. Brown
Region 17 - USDA 7
It looks like I better try to grow that one.
It may not rebloom as well here in Arizona as it does in California (if
at all), but I say it's worth a try. Thank you for posting it. Have
any others to post?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, November 10, 2002 1:43
Subject: [iris-photos] Mariposa
It is almost a month and a half since I posted my first
pic of this
fall's rebloom by MA (Tasco '99). Here is how it looks today.
I am curious how it blooms and grows in other parts of the
Based on how it does here (looks much like a recent Dykes
parent Jesse's Song--and has acceptable spring bloom and
rebloom) it is definitely of Dykes class.
But if my
garden were the criterion, there would be no complaints
Gerry, enjoying nice weather after our first
decent (>0.5") rain in 283
Gerry Snyder, American Iris Society
Affiliates Chair, Symposium Chair,
in warm, winterless Los
Angeles--USDA zone 9b-ish, Sunset 18-19
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