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[PHOTO] Unknown historic neglecta

Hi all,

This is a very nice old TB that I picked up at a hardware labeled as
Pumilia.  Grows 44 inches and is VERY vigorous but not many stalks
emerge from a clump.  Notice the white line that descends almost the
entire length of the falls.  Falls have no substance at all , the
slightest breeze really blows them around.  This unknown was the first
TB to bloom in the garden this year , a sheer delight for a "mart" iris.

Not fertile as a pod parent but used pollen from it to set pods on
CHAMPAGNE ELEGANCE  as an experiment.

Chris Darlington
Zone 5
Failed tests, classes skipped, forgotten locker combinations. 
Remember the good 'ol days

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