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Re: Help me ID this Iris please

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Help me ID this Iris please
  • From: dferguson@cabq.gov
  • Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 12:33:43 -0600

For some reason I only received the second image on this post, and not the
first.  When I found the post at Yahoo again I went back and did some real
complaring, and it looks to me like 'Liason' is indeed a much better match
than is 'Blast'.  So, I think my first suggestion can be pulled off the

'Blast' is an early blooming IB, and 'Liason' is a bit later and larger.
There are some others that are similar, but (except that your photo shows a
flower with a less sharply defined and less contrasting pale margin on the
falls than is shown in most photos of 'Liason') I think 'Liason' is very
close, and likely the correct name.


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