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Looking for an early-blooming light yellow TBI

Posted by remontant z6B TN (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 26, 11 at 19:52

Hi there! Does anyone know of a TBI that is early and a soft yellow, similar to "Goodnight Moon" in color? Historic iris would be great if you know of any-- my "Alice Harding" and "Warbler"s are just now (midseason) blooming--but "modern" form is OK too.

Thanks!


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RE: Looking for an early-blooming light yellow TBI

Total Recall. But it is a remontant iris, remontant.

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TOTAL RECALL

It's my favorite iris. Renee


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RE: Looking for an early-blooming light yellow TBI

A nice early blooming light to mid yellow is New Moon. Its about 30 years old.


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renee - "total recall" so beautiful

mr toad


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RE: Looking for an early-blooming light yellow TBI

LOL! Thanks hosenemesis/Renee! "Total Recall" looks absolutely beautiful in your garden. How lovely! Irisrover--thanks also for your suggestion of "New Moon." I like the oldies-but-goodies. Thanks so much to you both. I'm starting a list for Mother's Day hints. ;-)


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