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{Disarmed} Re: Re: Reblooming iris and Riverhawk vs. Riversong

  • Subject: {Disarmed} Re: [iris-photos] Re: Reblooming iris and Riverhawk vs. Riversong
  • From: "Pearl Doyle" pdoyle@our-town.com
  • Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2006 21:09:55 -0500

Vicki, I live in zone 8b in Texas and get very few iris of any kind to rebloom for me. The one reliable rebloomer I have is Earl of Essex (TB). Others that have rebloomed for me are Autumn Circus, Bountiful Harvest, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sunny Disposition, and Winesap. I think all of these are TB's.
Does anyone know anything about an iris called Riverhawk? Is it a rebloomer? I have an iris that was labled Riversong a solid blue TB. The iris I received is a neglecta. I saw a picture of Riverhawk online and think it is the same as my Riversong. I think mine was probably mislabled. I shared this iris with a friend and it rebloomed for her this year.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 8:11 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Reblooming iris

Are any of you growing reblooming iris that originated in the Pacific Northwest?  We have several rebloomers among our seedlings and I know Terry Aitken has some RE's on the market.
But since some of Terry's and all of ours are in the median class, I rarely hear if they are reblooming in other areas. Nearly all the talk is in regards to TB's although I believe someone spoke of reblooming SDB's. 
Lady Emma (MTB) does rebloom in our area, however, it has never been in class.  It grows too tall and blooms are too large.

I understand the majority of iris growers prefer TB's. They are huge, and I must say very beautiful.  I am enjoying the photos that Margie has been posting even though I get to see them in person any time I choose during bloom season.  Keith lives only  30 miles from us. With such good pic's we can enjoy them all year!!!  Thank you Margie.

Please state the area where you live, those of you who have a lot of rebloomers.

I know the Sutton's have quite a few as we have visited them in the winter months.   Their climate is very mild in the winter.

Our USDA Hardiness Zone is 8B the same as Austin, Texas and Gainesville, Florida.  However, we do not have the summer rains or the high humidity as these southern areas. Our summers are warm to hot and dry in mid July to well into September. Today is October 13th and I enjoyed a round of golf in sunny 75 degree weather. 

Please let me know the various areas  you folks live that have iris reblooming and whether TB's or Medians.

Thank you,
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