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Re: Mathess T-99-1

Dennis Kramb wrote:
> What do you think of this?  I am totally amazed!

Words cannot express its beauty.

What's your address, again? I'm booking a flight to Cincy immediately. I
know now is not the time to dig, but....

I have always regretted that onco's chose to tuck their falls in so
much, making them hard to see. I can find nothing wrong with this bloom
except that it is not in my garden.

Much thanks for posting the pic, DK.

Gerry, whose best open blooms are a tie among Keppel's Fancy Dress and
Crowned Heads, and Tasco's Glacier Point and Splashacata, with Splash
making the best show (4 blooms open on the first 2 of 5 stalks in a
2-year clump, with ample increase for next year).   Yeay, Rick!!!
Gerry Snyder, AIS Symposium Chair
Region 15 Ass't RVP, JT Chair
Member San Fernando Valley, Southern California Iris Societies
in warm, winterless Los Angeles

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