Plant Database forum: trying to add a new bearded iris

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OldGardener
Dec 27, 2012 12:32 PM CST
Could you help me post the following bearded iris (I cannot seem to put it in a form that the database will accept):

Tall bearded iris (Iris germanica) : POMPOM TWO

I can add the details/description after it is listed in the db. Thank you!!
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KentPfeiffer
Dec 27, 2012 3:28 PM CST

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Do you mean Pompon Two, which was introduced by Rudolph in 1987?

If so, just click on the "Add a new plant to the database" button at the top of the Database page and you should get a page that looks like this:

http://garden.org/plants/add.php

In the box for "Primary common name", type: Tall Bearded Iris
In the box for Genus, type: Iris
Leave the Species box blank
In the box for Cultivar, type Pompon Two

It should then get approved by the moderators of the iris database.
[Last edited by KentPfeiffer - Dec 27, 2012 3:29 PM (+)]
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So Cal (Zone 10b)
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OldGardener
Dec 27, 2012 6:41 PM CST
Thank you so much and thank you for picking up the typo!! I really appreciate all of your help - again, thanks!
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