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Re: green

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: green
  • From: dferguson@cabq.gov
  • Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 16:42:02 -0700

Ok, here's a thought (probably not original?).

I see occasional clones that have a yellow stitching pattern (looks like a
plicata) over a white background, particularly in some of the dwarf
cultivars.  What's the chances of combining this yellow stitching that
follows the veins with a bluish luminata pattern that follows strickly
between the veins, both over a white background.  Wouldn't that look green
to the eye, at least from a distance?

Funny,  I don't even like green flowers.



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