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Re: Mike's 2001 intro, and other stuff

Believe me Jan, that is what it looks like here - minus a little bit of a
color change from the photo, but not much at all.

I have learned on this last trip to convention that color, form, and growth
are all affected when grown in soil that has a different PH, or where the
weather is drastically different.

Perhaps this is why there are so many that love it, and so many that hate


----- Original Message -----
From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>
To: <iris-photos@egroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2000 2:16 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Mike's 2001 intro, and other stuff

> Hi all,
> Mike, I don't know if this is the one, but somewhere out there is a space
> age iris just begging to be called THIRD BORN  :-)
> Now if Patrick Orr's Photo is THORNBIRD, then I am renaming my thornbird
> 'COMPOST'. Mine is nothing like that for colour, closer to green/khaki.  I
> have seen other photo's though, which are much closer to mine. There can't
> surely be that much variation?
> Cheers, Jan Clark, waiting in Australia, for someone to illegally smuggle
> a piece of Ghio's Umunhum (sp?)
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