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*** NEW-Fireworks Pictures *** Jedlicka Trip Pictures ***  "JEDA" Seedlings ***

 

*** Jedlicka Intros 2008/07/06 ***

*** Jedlicka Intros 2009 ***

 

001. The home of Blue J Iris is Alliance, Nebr.

002. In April 05 we got 3'' of snow on 1' tall iris

003. This concrete leopard is by our porch

004. Our old driveway ends at a 30' overpass

005. Twist of Fate is an early bloomer here

006. Our Turkish poppy blooming

 

007. One of our many orange poppies

 

 

 

 

008. Region 21 Spring Iris Tour 2005

009. In Omaha at the Spring Tour

 

 

 

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010. Region 21 Spring Tour

 

011. Region 21 tour, May 22, 2005

 

012. A retirement village garden in Omaha

013. More of Region 21 Spring Tour

 

 

 

014. Arilbred She Devil grew extra petals

015. A large bed of Jeda seedlings in 2005

 

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016. More Jeda seedlings in 2005

 

017. In Portland, Oregon, by our hotel

 

018. On May 24, 06, we stopped at Keppel's

019. This is one of Keith Keppel's seedlings

020. At Schreiner's for AIS National Convention

021. Red lupines at Schreiner's in 2006

022. Up front is a Schreiner seedling

 

023. This tree has a 4' dia. trunk (~150 yrs.)

024. At Schreiners I used a Nikon Coolpix

025. This may be Ray Schreiner in his seedlings

 

026. A red poppy in Schreiner's show garden

027. The giant alliums are a familiar sight

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028. This is in Salem, Oregon 5-24-06

 

029. Schreiner's display garden is the best

030. These flowers seem to grow in the shade

031. One of Schreiner's iris fields

 

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032. We were one day ahead of the big crowd

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033. Is this the Garden Of Eden or Schreiner's

034. You will need at least 3 hrs. here

 

035. An orange poppy at Schreiner's

 

036. All the flowers and trees are blooming

037. Showing the wide aisles at Schreiner's

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038. This is why they call iris the rainbow flower

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039. Leonard on our last day at Schreiner's

040. Light rain at Pleasent View Garden

041. Terry Aitken's famous door at National

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042. We very much enjoyed this garden

043. We recommend Mid-America Gardens

044. Large lush hostas at Mid-America

045. At Cooley's my camera got too wet

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046. Roses at Riverview Iris Gardens in Idaho

047. This George Burns rose changes color

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048. A Rio Samba rose was blooming

 

049.This Peace rose is also Irene De Rose's

050. Scentimental roses on a 6' bush

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051. Farewell to Keith Chadwick, Sand Hollow

 

 

052. Mountain view at Zebra Gardens in Utah

053. Not a zebra at Zebra Gardens

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054. Back home at bluejiris.com

 

055. Calling it a day at Blue J

 

056. One of our many gardens on May 30, 06

057. Also taken in Alliance, Nebr.

 

058. Standing over a large circle of peonies

059. A pink peony with deep rich color

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060. A storm coming from the west

 

061. We often get storm clouds with no rain

062. Partial shade at Blue J Iris

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063. A flying saucer cloud over our SA's

064. Someday there will be an iris this color

 

065. Pulling out the anther to get pollen

066.Wiping pollen onto the stigmatic lip

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067. A super-ruffled standard

068. The center of a white peony

 

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069. A close up of the pattern on a seedling

 

 

070. Sheri and the gang in the Black Hills

071. Mt. Rushmore is 3 hours north of us

072. An iris in these colors would be nice

073. Okla. Capitol at 2007 AIS National Conv.

 

074. Guest iris at Okla. State Univ, May 07

075. Hugh & Jennifer Stout's gardens by OKC

 

076. Stout's cowboy sculpture made of junk

077. A horse figure among Stout's iris

 

 

 

 

078. Celtic Glory & Indy Edith at Stout's

 

079. More metal sculpture by the Stouts

080. Seedling bed at the Stout's place

 

081. Stahl's garden in Okla. on May 6, 07

082. The Will Rogers Memorial Garden

083. In Okla. City at the Will Rogers Garden

 

084. End of AIS National Iris Convention 2007

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085. Next 80 pictures from Denver TBIS tour

086. TBIS' 07 Annual Meeting and Tour

087. Morning Mood, 06

 

088. Tall Bearded Iris Soc. Tour, June 2, 2007

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089. Tropical Magic, 95

 

090. Hudson Gardens, a park in Denver, Colo

091. Hudson Gardens scenery

 

092. Clever landscaping for a miniature RR

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093. Hudson Gardens' miniature railroad

094. Teeny trees by the tiny train

 

095. At Bob Van Liere's Iris 4 U in Denver

096. Bob Van Liere (left) & Rick Ernst of Cooley's

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097. A Van Liere seedling

098. A large seedling patch at Iris 4 U

 

 

 

099. Another Bob Van Liere selection

 

 

 

100. This Van Liere is very appealing

101. Lots of color at Iris 4 U

 

102. A seedling number for the next picture

103. Van Liere seedling 22-99

 

104. Another Bob Van Liere selection

 

 

105. The next 2 pictures are of Expose

106. Expose at Iris 4 U in Denver

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107. Side view of Expose

 

108. More nursery rows at Van Liere's

109. Lowell Baumunk's gardens in Littleton

 

110. His Iris Colorado is near the mountains.

111. Next 55 pictures are at Baumunk's

 

112. Amiable was voted No.2 of the tour

 

113. A good example of overlapping falls

114. Amiable was great in several tour gardens

115. One of Lowell's many peonies

 

116. Baumunk introduced this next one

117. Belle De Provence ranked No. 1 in the tour

118. Luscious ruffles by Lowell Baumunk

119. Belle De Provence, 06

120. Vernon & Dana Brown at Baumunk's.

121. Lowell introduced this luminata

 

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122. Elizabethan Age, 05, a luminata

123. Lowell Baumunk bred Elizabethan Age

124. Rock gardens at Baumunk's in Littleton

125. Maryott's final iris introduction

 

126. That's All Folks

 

127. That's All Folks, Maryott's swan song

 

128. Iris seem to really like this elevation

129. One of many peonies at Baumunk's.

 

130. An outstanding peony, Coral Sunset

 

131. Another color on the same Coral Sunset

132. Coral Sunset's third color on same bush

 

 

 

133. Ideal picture conditions today

 

134. Pink and white iris looking good.

135. Gypsy Lord, 06 intro by Keith Keppel

136. Two nice pictures of Gypsy Lord

 

137. Overlapping falls on Gypsy Lord

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138. Overcast clouds improve photo lighting

139. Bred by Meininger of Mitchell, Nebr.

 

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140. Somerset Dawn by LeRoy Meininger

 

 

141. Lowell, how about an iris this color

142. A Baumunk glaciata seedling

 

143. A pink glaciata seedling by Baumunk

144. Glaciatas have no haft marks or purple

145. An introduction by Schreiner's.

 

146. High Chaparral from Schreiner

147. Making Memories

148. Making Memories

 

149. The best ruffles we've ever seen

150. Photogenic, 06, by Joe Ghio

151. Super-ruffles on Photogenic

 

 

152. The hidden bus was for the TBIS Tour

153. Yosemite Sam sign misspelled

 

 

154. Yosemite Sam.

155. This is a beautiful flower

156. Whispering Spirits, a plicata

157. A Keppel introduction

 

 

158. Open Sea, bred by Keith Keppel

159. Open Sea, 02

 

160. Intense Emotions

 

161. Intense Emotions

 

162. Signal Red

163. Signal Red is named for its beard

164. Signal Red

 

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165. A yellow peony at Baumunk's

 

166. Our last picture at Iris Colorado

167. Back home to Leonard and Kathie's

 

 

168. There actually are seagulls in Nebraska

 

 

169. The Jedlicka house, seen from the overpass

170. Gardens of Jeda seedlings next to town

171. Our lawn, looking eastward

 

172. Early evening clouds over our yard

173. More majestic clouds overhead

 

174. Looking east at sunset

 

175. A luminata with a yellow ground

 

176. Jeda4-6M4 ready for introduction

177. One of our favorite luminatas

 

178. A silver-blue seedling

 

 

179. Jeda 5-51U29 has great ruffles

180.Hope to introduce this silver-blue later

181. Our very best red seedling so far

 

 

 

182. Jeda 3-15A6 is a cranberry red

183. a velvety red we plan to intro later

184. An iris with mini-rhizomes on a stalk

185. This is the forth time we have seen this

 

 

 

 

 

 

186. A pretty color mix of roses

187. We enjoy all flowers, not just iris

 

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December 2004

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