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Talking about Tall Bearded Iris (Iris 'Time Zone'), PutteringinIdaho wrote:

Time Zone has been a great performer in my garden. It blooms reliably and for a long time, so it must also have a good number of blooms per scape, though I haven't taken notes. It's not the most exotic iris out there, but if you're looking for a pretty iris in a medium blue violet that performs well, this is it!

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Talking about Tall Bearded Iris (Iris 'Deep Fire'), CLUSIANA wrote:

According to my data this Iris 'Deep Fire' has PBF. Could you please confirm on your side Sue?

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Talking about Tall Bearded Iris (Iris 'Blue Genes'), kocart wrote:

This plant was a hybrid registered by my Great-uncle, Gene Parsons. He grew irises in Lincoln, Nebr., in the 1950s and 60s.

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Talking about Tall Bearded Iris (Iris 'Fine Fixin's'), admin wrote:

Parentage: 08-618: (06-30, Din pollen parent, x 06-18: (04-355: (Elijah's Fire x 02-317: (99-465: (98-860: (95-410: (Pagan Pink x 93-444, Osay Canuc pod parent) x 95-338: (93-59: (Quick Pick x Shy Star) x Godsend)) x 97-727: (95-102: (Mind Reader x Deity) x Lightning Strike)) x 99-304: (95-110: (Gnu x All Aflutter) x Planet Janet))) x Lost and Found)) X Air of Mystery

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Talking about Tall Bearded Iris (Iris 'Cornbread n'Honey'), admin wrote:

Parentage: GG 1138-B: (CC 759-A: (AA 1316-A: (N 502-FF, see Fashion Queen pod parent, x Gypsy Woman) x AA 674-A, Bold Fashion pod parent) x Conjuration) X KK 103-1: (FF 16-2: (AA 369-1: (S 186-B: (Master Touch x N 462, mixed seed) x Hello Darkness) x Thunder Spirit) x Twilight Blaze)

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