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Re: TB: Devonshire Cream (G. Sutton 2000)

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB: Devonshire Cream (G. Sutton 2000)
  • From: "Neil A Mogensen" <neilm@charter.net>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2004 17:29:37 -0400

I too am quite fond of DEVONSHIRE CREAM.  After Bill Burleson said that it quite regularly produces horns in his garden, and Mike Sutton said it had also in a new location in their growing fields I watched quite closely this year for SA traits as it bloomed here.
DEVONSHIRE CREAM did in fact produce short but definite horns on a number of blooms here this year.  My attempts in using it in SA crosses did not result in pods on DC or from its pollen, however.  I do plan to try again next year.
The branching, plant habit and over-all character of the variety is all that I could ask for.  I love it.
Neil Mogensen  z 7 western NC mountains

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