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Re: IB: GNU RAYZ (B. Kasperek 1997)

  • Subject: Re: IB: GNU RAYZ (B. Kasperek 1997)
  • From: TW-Joe <joeinhell@gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 1 Feb 2007 21:42:27 +0800

very different.

2007/2/1, Kent Appleberry <appleb@cut.net>:

Yes, Brad Kasperek. Gny Rayz. Pretty cool, huh? Not the way he usually does
broken color, but one of my favorites from him.

I put the name and hybridizer in the subject line of the email, by the way,
but not always in the text.



Is that iris from brad Kasperek?

From: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com [mailto:iris-photos@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Kent Appleberry
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 5:26 PM
To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [iris-photos] IB: GNU RAYZ (B. Kasperek 1997)

Stands out in the garden. A couple shots here showing how different the color
can be in different light. I've noticed that the reds tend to show best in
the sun, especially if the sun shines through the petal. I think someone once
explained here or on the talk list that the red pigments reside under the
surface or some such thing. Or I just imagined that.

Sanpete County, Utah
zone 4/5, about 6,000 feet

Note on color: The photo was processed on my Mac, which means that while it
looks right on my screen, it's likely to look a little darker, with more
saturated color, possibly shifted a bit more red, on the typical PC monitor.
This isn't a defect in either type of monitor, just a typical difference.

Don't send me anything from 8~27th of Feb, because 18~27th of Feb is our Chinese New Year.

Here's my swap list.

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