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These pictures were taken today.

2008-01re This one has been blooming for a couple of weeks. It has
height (approx 35), branching & bud count (14+). (It did storm some
last night) Crossed in 2005, planted in 2006, surviving 2 summers of
drought. It bloomed in Sept of 2008 and May of 2009. It has
everything except form.

The cross of 1810 has produced over fifteen siblings which have summer
bloomed at some time.

I've also found stalks on 2025-01re (purple self.) It is a half sibling
to 2008-01re. It fall bloomed in 2008. (In archives)

Sometimes it's really frustrating when the qualities don't all line up
in the same seedlings!

Betty W.
Bridge In Time Iris. . . . stalks showing on Cameo Blush & Gates of



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