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[PHOTO] Last Man Standing Species (I. variegata) Petit Lion

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Last Man Standing Species (I. variegata) Petit Lion
  • From: spotzurang@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 07:06:59 EDT

Our last bearded iris blooming in the garden was Petit Lion (Baumunk '01)
Species (I. variegata), on June 22nd.  It is an MTB sized bearded iris.  We now have a few Siberians hanging in there and a couple of Japanese just starting.  Our bearded iris season started May 7 with the SDB Raindance.  Runner up was the MTB Wishful Fancy June 20th. 

Bethel, CT

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