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Re: crested iris #4

I think the pictures of these plants are really beautiful. 
Would love to be growing them myself.  Keep those pictures
Carol L. Coleman
C.Iris On Pond
Region 11, Zone 5

Kenneth Walker wrote:
> My I. wattii didn't bloom last spring after a year of
> being stressed
> by extreme temperatures, but is in bloom now. It is larger
> than
> I. japonica but I'm continuing my trend of sending
> pictures that
> are a little larger than life. The crests really show up
> in this photo.
>    Ken Walker
>    Concord, CA USA
>    USDA zone 9, Sunset zone 14
> [Image]
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