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Eagle's Flight

This survived the wind and even managed to cont. to open. These are the kind of iris I'm seeking.
Not too tall but still in TB so blooms later. I do get late frost here, so don't want to go completely w the small ones.  Been lucky this yr. but usually we have late freeze that does the sm. ones in.
I know these are old ones, so I'm very interested on what is new on market that has these same growth qualities. This one moved well from other house,(bloomed that following yr. and mul. likes crazy. It  lives where it doesn't get much water b/c not on irrigation system. 
I hope a list comes out of Nebraska that survived the crash of 07.
    (Schreiner's, R. 1985), Sdlg. R 903-1. TB, 35" (89 cm), EM
    S. warm rosy blue; F. pure white ground stitched bright rose lilac on edge; light golden yellow beard tipped white; lightly ruffled. Closed Circuit X Spinning Wheel. Schreiner's 1986
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