Re: Multiple stalks
- Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Multiple stalks
- From: Linda Mann email@example.com
- Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2006 16:13:02 -0400
Thanks Vicki. I suspected there was some strong aphylla influence, I
guess from IMMORTALITY. ?
Does the same plant sometimes produce multiples, sometimes single
In addition to multiple stalks, they are not lined up in the same plane,
which would make a nice bouquet clump, if it had a good bud count and
attractive spacing of blooms.
I like your 'show' stalk - reminds me of the 50 budded stalk on SUMMER
WHITEWINGS that showed up a few years ago, only yours has prettier
placement of blooms. 50 is too much to 'arrange' on 'one' stalk!
Multiple stalks are more common on iris derived from I. aphylla's.
Took this to a show back in 2001. It also carries multiple buds, not
single ones as you mentioned. Of course, it didn't even rate a
ribbon...too ungainly, but it brought lots of comments. Every so often
we get multiple stalks.
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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