Maybe I'm a little late this year in posting.
I, unfortunately, do not have anything to trade this season or I'd
have posted elsewhere.
I am interested in any blue shades, plicatas, or amoenas of the TB
I'd like to try my hand at planting and overwintering a small number
of bearded iris seeds to see how successful I am with germinating
seeds and raising bearded iris from seeds. I have successfully raised
a couple of I. versicolor from seed, but have read that bearded iris
can be a bit more challenging.
If you have anything left from this past season and are interested in
parting with them, you can reach me via email to start the
Thank you for any help.
One small note about those seeds, whatever comes from the seeds will not be like
the iris they came from. A lot depends on if they came from Bee pods or pods
done by human hand.
Also, they need soaking for some time, I know of some growers who put their
seeds in one of those things they use for making tea ( metal tea bag ) and
hang'm in their johns tank so each time it's flushed a new fresh water hits
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