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RE: SA BC Luminata SDB

	Sterling if you can't introduce it - please share it !!!

Chad Schroter

>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Sterling Okase [mailto:sterling_o@yahoo.com]
>>>Sent: Saturday, June 03, 2000 10:19 PM
>>>To: Iris-Photos
>>>Subject: [iris-photos] SA BC Luminata SDB
>>>Hi Everyone,
>>>I had to send this pic to the list. This is one of the
>>>odd SDB seedlings that bloomed for me this year. It's
>>>a strange little thing from Darts X Troubadour's Song.
>>>It's a luminata with horns and broken color. And to
>>>top it off, the standards sit wide open, giving the
>>>bloom the appearance of being flat. I kinda like
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