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  • Subject: Re: MTB: MOVE OVER
  • From: "d7432da" <donald@txol.net>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2011 21:28:21 -0000


Thanks Jean,

I expect you are correct. I posted this photo back in May '04 when it was a new acquisition for me and no one suggested it might not be correct then. But when I saw Adam's photo I instantly thought of it. In later years I've usually been more diligent about checking what I see against the descriptions in the R&I's, but that was too long ago. So it was just stuck there. It hasn't done well the last several years and I'm sure this year will finish it off. It's nice to have the memory corrected and I won't have to make a new label.

Donald Eaves

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Jean Richter <richter@...> wrote:
> Here is the checklist description of Move Over, which doesn't
> match your picture at all:
> MOVE OVER (W. Terry Varner, R. 1995) Sdlg. Q-356. MTB, 20" (51 cm), L
> Blue purple self; beards white. Velvet Bouquet X N-318 blue self: (Blue
> Twinkle x J-311 light blue: (MLD 0-144 light blue x Velvet Bouquet)).
> Ohio Gardens 1995.
> I'm betting your iris is a mis-named Loreley also...
> Jean
> SF bay area, zone 9
> On 7/18/2011 1:59 PM, Donald Eaves wrote:
> > '95 intro by Varner. I think not the same as the NOID Adam posted, but I
> > really couldnt' be sure just from looking at the photos. In my own photos
> > of this one, the standard markings were variable and the bloom form was as
> > well.
> >
> > Donald Eaves
> > donald@...
> > Texas zone 7b (now a dead zone), USA
> >
> >

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