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[PHOTO] Re: PCI seedling - 3

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Re: PCI seedling - 3
  • From: "Jan Clark" janclarx@hotmail.com
  • Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 08:57:01 +1000

Harold wrote:
>The problem is to get them into the northern hemisphere alive. PCIs are 
>touchy to transplant.
>Actually, I know of a way that might work from both a transplanting and a
>transportation perspective. Since I provided the seed, I figure I should
>have first option on introducing them in the US.

Harold, I must apologise for not mentioning that fact. They are in fact a 
mixed bunch, some of my seeds having come a my friend in Melbourne, who is 
also an avid grower. The purple is from an earlier cross of my own, which 
produced several look alikes.
Harold you would be the first person I would think of, to introduce these in 
the US. If you know of a legal, and fairly reliable way to bring these in, 
let me know. I am hoping Colleen will introduce my best efforts, but I think 
I need to wait a year or 2 to be sure I have enough stock, and they don't up 
and die on me.
Another small problem - when we shifted house, I planned ahead and 
economised on my planting. Several tiny PCI's went into each 10" pot.  The 
attatched photo shows the resultant effect. Next winter, I will have to 
divide them and try and sort them out. At present I am photographing every 
one that blooms, and recording it's exact location.
Cheers, Jan

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