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Re: RE: Ringed regular plicata

I can only comment that it's another terrific looking iris, Paul!  It sure
did brighten my day! :)

El, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Z3
DIS & MIS Display Garden

-----Original Message-----
From: PAUL BLACK <midamerg@earthlink.net>
To: Photos, Iris <iris-photos@egroups.com>
Date: Saturday, January 06, 2001 4:13 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] RE: Ringed regular plicata

>Here is another picture to maybe help brighten a winter day.  This is a
>2001 introduction called Voices.  I first thought it was a pumila spot
>plicata on the order of Logo, but the more I looked at it and Logo, the
>more it looks like one of the banded or ringed plicatas.  Parentage is
>(Tweety Bird X (Static sib x Wacko)  Wacko has that pumila spottish look
>to it, but not as pronounced as Logo.  Any comments?  It will be
>interesting to see the interaction of the pumila spot + plicata as it
>progresses.  Maybe it will be something fun and maybe it will turn out
>to be nothing at all.  Haven't had much time for communicating.  Work on
>catalog must progress and unlike most of the country, weather has been
>much better than usual here, so real gardening is also underway - YEA!
>Paul Black
>Zone 8
>Sunny and mild in Salem Oregon
>In iris-photos@egroups.com, Chuck Chapman <irischapman@n...>
>> Here is a photo of another ringed plicata SDB. This one has regular
>> rather then the luminata pattern. Note ring on standard and falls
>and that the
>> plicata stitching is pushed back from the edge where the ring is.
>The pigment
>> in the ring seems to be a dusty-grey pink, although it could be a
>pinkish tan.

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