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Blooming Today TB Devil's Lake

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Blooming Today TB Devil's Lake
  • From: "Tom Greaves" <tomg@iadfw.net>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 15:12:48 -0500

This is the biggest and bluest iris I grow.
(Schreiner ?99)  Our aptly named Devil's Lake not only has a dark navy blue coloration but also produces exceptionally lofty 39" stems and gargantuan 7"x4" flowers. The petals have a very airy ruffle-like a storm on Neptune's inland sea.  Each towering stem has four branches and produces 6-8 flowers. Here's yet another vigorous deep blue Iris with ruffles galore from our long line of champions.  (Schreiner's description)
Tom Greaves
near Dallas, TX
zone 7b

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