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Re: PHOTO: TB: Imprimis


That photo looks very much like Imprimis as we grow it.

Colleen Modra

laura berenson wrote:

How lovely! I came across an iris that supposedly was Imprimus on an auction recently. Almost bid on it -- wanted to bid on it -- but the colors in the one for sale looked much, much pinker than in any online image I was able to find. All of those, and yours, seem to show almost a subtle tan or beige tinge to the pink (?). At any rate, I must add that one to my small but scarily rapidly expanding list of must-haves.
Laura Berenson
Pipersville, PA

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