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IB: Sundown Red

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] IB: Sundown Red
  • From: willwarner@alltel.net
  • Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2005 18:51:43 -0500

This one took forever to bloom.  I've had it several years, it would 
increase but never bloom.  Now it's sent up several stalks.  It's  IB 
Sundown Red (Blyth '82).  I don't know what happened this year, but it 
seems much happier than in previous years.   The color is hard to 
capture, this pic is fairly close.  Everyone I tell the name to asks, "Why's 
it called that?"  I joke, "when the sun goes down, it's bright red!" :)  
Actually, I do see much more red when the sun shining through it in the 
Will Warner 
Zone 6

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