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Re: Great unknown blue bin iris

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Christopher Darlington
<chris.darlington@s...> wrote:
> Evening all,
> This pbf unknown was fished from the blue bin two years ago, it out
> grows all of my other 12 or so names plicatas.  It has shorter but very
> think foliage with plenty of increase.  Stalks were huge !
> What I liked best about the mystery iris is that it has the deepest
> purple of anything I've ever seen.  This is too good to be an unknown
> but it may never be identified due to the quantity of similar looking
> plics out there.
> It's  the elite of my landscape TBs.
> Chris

Check out and compare with Roccoco.

Chuck Chapman


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