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[PHOTO] Anything Goes

Here is a picture of ANYTHING GOES (Hagar).  This plant displayed perfect branching, good bud count, great bloomstalk to increase ratio, vigor, and healthy growth which seemed to be resistant to leaf spot and other diseases that plagued irises in Dallas.  The flower does not normally have its standards closed like in this picture, the wind was blowing a lot that day and it was hard to get a good shot of it.  The color pattern is what some old timers would call "rough", but a lot of people like it, including me.
Patrick Orr
Phoenix,AZ  USA
Zone 9

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