That looks as though it had Romantic Evening genes in it. It seems to have nice form though. Iím hobbling around with a broken right wrist and my arm in a cast trying to replant way too many questionable seedlings that I just want to see again or play around with. I say Good Luck to both of us.
Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ Zone 9
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Subject: [iris-photos] Seedling 24DJ27
Well, Seedling #24DJ27 finally opened up. I went out and cut it late yesterday afternoon because they said it was going to snow and get down to freezing. If you watched Monday Night Football you saw the rain but it never did change over to snow. The good thing is I have 30 more seedlings to come from this cross which will open next spring. The anticipation!!! The bad news is they all may have similar faults as this one. Would have liked to see no haft markings, a wider beard with a maybe a small horn and on and on and on. The good news is there is sometimes improvement on the second bloom. I'll play with it for a few years crossing it back, crossing it with other rebloomers, crossing it with some of its sibs if they turn out better. I just have some more fun with it.