Judging from the description, it is not "Fruit Salad", but I still think it's a beautiful SDB. I can just imagine what a large clump would look like in full bloom. I hope it can be identified. I would love to get some.
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On Apr 18, 2007, at 3:24 PM, Iris In The Garden wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> I was given a rhizome 2 years ago that they said was "FRUIT SALAD".
> Attached is a photo of it blooming last year but I can't find anything
> to compare it to.
> Can someone verify that it is ... or not ... FRUIT SALAD?
Nope, it's not either of the two, registered irises by that name:
(L. Miller, R. 1988), Sdlg. 3884A. SDB, 10" (25 cm), M
apricot, small medium plum halo on F.; apricot beard tipped
coral. Inscription X Pixie Pink. Miller's Manor 1989 HM 1991"
(Kallenbach, R. 1964), Sdlg. 25 TB, 38" (97 cm), LM
S pink; F blue-toned purple-pink edging; red-tangerine beard. (Pink
Cameo x Pink Formal sdlg.) X Pink Sensation. HM 1991
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