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Re: Re: Luminata Genetics

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] Re: Luminata Genetics
  • From: <willwarner@alltel.net>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 12:30:40 -0600

Color Bed (older iris).  Front to back; BUECHLEY GIANT (Buechley 32), 
Study In Black (G. Plough 68), Queens Splendor (Sellman 78), Blue 
shimmer (Sass 41).  I never thought of this area as a pattern bed, but it 
seems to represent a few.  Would Buechley Giant be a Luminata or 
Zonal?? It shows some Amoena.  Also, is there a name classification for 
the darker streak on the falls of Queens Splendor, or others like Latest 
Style, or Three Strikes?  Is has this not been defined?  Just curious.
Will Warner

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