Re: WHITE LIGHTNING in Texas
I've never seen the yellow on the edge before and I'm sure it's only showing
now because of the cold temperatures (4-12oC) and complete shade.
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From: "Donald Eaves" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2005 11:44 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] WHITE LIGHTNING in Texas
> What I grow as WHITE LIGHTNING doesn't quite look like Colleen's photo.
> Here it is a bright white. The yellow on the shoulders is inconspicuous.
> It may be just the photo, but Colleen's seems to have some yellow on the
> rims of the bloom. It definitely doesn't show that here. It is always
> possible that I have a misnamed plant and don't know it, of course. It is
> popular plant with visitors. I can understand that since it blooms
> in the clump if it avoids our late spring freezes.
> Donald Eaves
> Texas Zone 7b, USA
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