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MTB: Bach Toccata (Baumunk 2005)
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  • Subject: MTB: Bach Toccata (Baumunk 2005)
  • From: Cordesview <cordesview@m33access.com>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2010 10:20:52 -0500

Another one of my few MTB's . . .

Bach Toccata is a consistent performer here in USDA zone 4a. It is more than ready to be divided this year, and has been in this particular iris bed for 3 consecutive years (2010 bloom season will be it's fourth year.)

Interesting fall broken-color patternings.

Adam~



BACH TOCCATA

(Lowell Baumunk, R. 2004). Sdlg. 9X. MTB, 20" (51 cm), M.
S. Light yellow, maroon veining inside; style arms blended pale yellows; F. white with maroon veining, most falls have irregular streaks of maroon giving broken color pattern; beards yellow. Cyber Net X unknown. Iris Colorado 2005.


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