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RE: RE: SPEC : Katharine Hodgkin

From: Edmundas Kondratas <stogutis@kaunas.omnitel.net>

I see great difference between your photo and in Koehlein's IRIS book. Check and tell which color is closer to true.
Edmundas Kondratas
Lithuania, Kaunas

From: 	Jan Jacobsen[SMTP:jacobsen.dorph@get2net.dk]
Sent: 	Saturday, February 26, 2000 11:40 PM
To: 	iris-photos@onelist.com
Subject: 	[iris-photos] RE: SPEC : Katharine Hodgkin

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Hi all
Just a photo of one of those small delights that lighten up a spring day.
Iris reticulata Katharine Hodgkin, is a reliable bloomer for each spring and increase rapidly, one I would not be without.
Jan Jacobsen -Denmark , near the Baltic Sea-  zone 5-6

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