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Re: I.cristata pale

>Jim, thanks for posting the cristata photos. I saved them into my iris
>related directory so I can go back and look at them for time to time. I
>would have to agree that the cristata pale is outstanding.

I checked mine and they are indeed blooming.  They are tiny (only about 1"
- 1.5" across) and pure white (with yellow crest).  I will try to get some
photos when the sun comes up again.  <G>

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