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I have grown Cloudia for four years.  The first year it seemed a pale salmon pink with very few horns.  The second year it bloomed heavily in clear pink with purple horns; in fact, it threatened to bloom out.  I then dug what was left and moved it.  This year it had huge smokey pink flowers with big ruffled flounces.  It looked like a pink Mesmerizer.  I love it, but it sure is changeable.
Francelle Edwards, Glendale, AZ   zone 9
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Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2001 5:46 PM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] CLOUDIA


Thanks for posting.  I have this one on my 2001 order from Sutton's.
It's encouraging to see that she bloomed with all of her appendages in a
climate very similar to mine north of the border. 

Lafontaine Quebec
zone 4b

Tornberg, Melanie wrote:
> I took this picture of Cloudia this morning.  This one's pretty tough, it
> withstood flooding in the early spring and last Sunday we had a brief
> hailstorm!
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> Melanie Tornberg
> Zone 4/5
> South Berwick, Maine
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