I love red irises! I too have some red irises
that I never plan on introducing either, but are being used in my hybridizing
efforts. I wish you well on your goals! :-) How
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Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2003 6:54
Aug 10th, I purchased 2 acres in the adjoining county,
near Scottsville KY. Various problems have presented themselves, and I'm
still watching for my shed. Today was the 3rd moving day that the
gentlemen missed! There have been many trials and tribulations but I am
seeing the pile of irises that need planting diminish daily!
Most of my irises were dug during the months of September and October
so I don't have much rebloom to report. There are some seedlings
blooming at a friends place if I can get down there with the camera before
they are finished. I've a few things blooming in pots. This is a
red seedling with two stalks that happens to be blooming today. Don't
worry. I have no plans to introduce it, but will use it some in
breeding. More if I get good results.
Betty W. in
South-central KY Zone 6
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