As a result of the Greater Rochester Iris Society private and public sale I have a ton of new rhizomes. I spent the weeks leading up to the sale helping to set up and the week since digging new beds and planting.
Most of what I acquired is from Mid-America. Some from others that brought their own rhizomes to share as I took some of mine.
First lets look at what other members brought:
First this MTB (Miniature Tall Bearded), Aachen Elf.
|'Aachen Elf' (Keith Keppel, 1997). IB 20" Mid|
Then two siberians (SIB) from Donna Lowry, Band of Angels and Berlin Purple Wine.
|'Band Of Angels' (Robert Hollingworth, 1996). SIB 31" (79 cm), medium late |
|'Berlin Purple Wine' (Tomas Tamberg, R. 1993). SIB 36" (90 cm), Medium|
Three IBs (Intermediate Bearded) that bloom a bit earlier than TBs. Here's Harlow Gold, Lemon Pop and Obligato.
|'Harlow Gold' (Paul Black, R. 1981). Sdlg. B-80-41. IB, 25.5" (65 cm), M.|
|'Lemon Pop' (Larry Lauer, 1990) IB, 16 inches (41 cm), E|
|‘Obligato’ (Harold Stahly, R. 1988). Seedling 84-4. IB, 24" (60 cm), Mid |
As a door prize I won Lyrique, a BB (Border Bearded).
|'Lyrique' (Barry Blyth, R. 1996). Sdlg. B110-2. BB, 20" (51 cm), ML|
And three Tall Bearded (TB) iris from members are now in my garden: Planned Treasure, Silhouette and Blackout.
|'Planned Treasure' (E. Burger, R. 1985). Sdlg. P-3. TB, 34" (86 cm), Early-Late |
|'Silhouette' (M. Dunn, R. 1988). Sdlg. M80-714C. TB, 36" (91 cm), M.|
|'Blackout' (Walter Luihn, R. 1985). Sdlg. 81-11. TB, 38" (97 cm), ML|
There are also some SDB that were labeled "Panda Paws". Search as I might I cannot find this cultivar anywhere.
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