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Re: Best Japanese Iris

In a message dated 1/30/2004 4:36:57 PM Central Standard Time, rpries@sbcglobal.net writes:
I suppose the most interesting trait would be distinctiveness.
Bob, just drive over here and I'll make you a CD of the pictures!! 
But I find going thru Lorena's pictures, some of the most distinctive, to me, are the old ones:  Wounded Dragon (Payne 63), Tuptim (Rich 74), Ruffled Dimity (Reid 84) and many others.  All Lorena's pictures are high res and would take forever to download (and I'm working on the REVIEW and don't have time to make them smaller right now).  My all time favorite that we grow is Flashing Koi (Marx 78)
Dennis Hager does have a lot of pictures on the JI website!
Rita Gormley
SJI Editor
Gormley Greenery
Cedar Hill, MO
AIS Region 18, Zone 5

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