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[PHOTO] Grape smelling RE

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

We will introduce this one on the strength of its' fragrance alone.  It is a rebloomer and it does have nice branching and bud count.  The grape smell is evident from at least 50 feet away.  The strongest fragrance of any iris I have ever smelled.  It smells nice too. 

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