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Re: Bayberry Candle and Unicorn

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Bayberry Candle and Unicorn
  • From: Kitty Johnston kitty@ojai.net
  • Date: Sun, 04 Aug 2002 15:02:48 +0000

I just loveyour photo of Bayberry Candle.  I ordered it and it came
yesterday.  I had never seen a photo just took the description as what I
wanted.  It is lovely to see what it really looks like.  Does it grow well
for you?


Christopher Darlington wrote:

> Two older varieties
> Bayberry Candle  DeForest 69
> Unicorn Austin 54  ( I didn't realize the cat was there until I opened
> the envelope)
> If these older ones could speak, I wonder what kind of stories they'd
> have to tell.  I love the older irises too.
> Chris
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