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Re: reblooming luminata

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] reblooming luminata
  • From: Bill Wells wells@train.missouri.org
  • Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 22:53:25 -0600

Please do not post pics of this size. Dial-up modems are tied up way too 

Bill Wells

Riley Probst wrote:
> Mike,
> I love and breed luminatas.  I think you have a winner with this one! I 
> hope it does well in cold country, too. Daughter Of Stars does well here 
> and reblooms late. You might consider crossing the two.
> The attached picture is one of my luminata seedlings from spring bloom. 
> It is Mindreader x Probst luminata seedling. It has not fall bloomed here.
> Riley Probst
> Kirkwood, MO
> Zone 6

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