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Re: SDB: sdlng

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Linda Mann <lmann@v...> wrote:
> Last one for the afternoon.
> This seedling (delayed germination, lost track of where it came from)
> looks very much like BEING BUSY, a registered SDB, only it's twice as
> tall and much more prolific here.  At least that's true so far.  Only
> difference I see is this seedling has ends of the falls gold tinted.  If
> that's also true of BEING BUSY, I didn't see it this year.
> --
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

I have just checked my photo archives and its identical to Being Busy
in every respect, width , shape, shading, beard variations etc etc.
Seldom do I see such a close match in photos of the same cultivar from
different climates.

Chuck Chapman

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