It looks as though your garden grows even more rocks than
I’m planting all my seeds this fall if it ever cools
down enough.We’re still
running over 100 degrees every day.I just took off the 6 mil. clear plastic with
which I have been solarizing the bed for the past six weeks.In another two weeks, I’ll have
Marvin with the rototiller and myself with a rake fixing it for planting. I have a lot of seeds in the refrigerator
using Appleblossom Days, Happenstance, Pond Lily and Pink Champagne among
others as parents. There’s
much to look forward to.If this
hot country kills off 4/5 of them as it did last year, at least I won’t
have to monkey with a bunch of weaklings.Those parents all grow well here in the heat without rotting.
Francelle EdwardsGlendale,AZZone 9
-----Original Message----- From: Linda Mann
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent:Tuesday, October 21, 2003 To: iris photos Subject: [iris-photos] HYB:
seedling (no flower)
This is one of those seedlings that I managed to coax
into germinating last fall, about 6 months after making the cross.
6 fans. IMCS26 ("Opie"):(IMMORTALITY x CELEBRATION
SONG) X COLOR ME BLUE.
This is probably the biggest seedling, but several
of the other fall germinators are also whoppers with some
increase. Way ahead of the spring germinators, none of which are big enough
to bloom next spring.