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Re: (Gerry) Naming the iris

--- In iris-photos@y..., "Debra Barone" <customart@u...> wrote:
>It'll take several studies before I'm ready to go to canvas, but I 
adore the lacy, variegated leaves, and the delicacy if the entire 

Lacy variegated leaves?  While it is true that a few (very few) iris 
cultivars have variegated leaves, I am not aware of any that could be 
described as lacy (unless they have been thoroughly shredded by 
insects - never seen that happen, though).  Are you sure you haven't 
mistaken neighboring plant foliage as belonging to the iris bloom in a 


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