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Re: input


I like it, but then again I have become quite
fascinated with the horned iris.  I ordered several
last year from you.  I haven't placed an order yet
this year.  Am having to wait and see if I will have a
place to plant them first.

Billie Lynn Jones
Grenada, MS  
Zone 8

--- Mike Sutton <suttons@lightspeed.net> wrote:
> Sometimes it is hard to get by my personal taste. 
> Not my favorite color combo but it is striking in
> the field.  Pretty popular with visitors.  It has
> consistent horns on all flowers, 7 to 8 buds,
> vigorous and no leaf spot. What do you all think?  
> Thanks for the input.
> Sincerely
> Mike

> ATTACHMENT part 2 image/jpeg name=yellowandblue.JPG

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