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Re: TB: Designer Gown?

From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

JEM300@aol.com wrote:
> Hi,
> I believe this iris is Designer Gown. If anyone grows it, take a good look at
> photo and let me know if you agree.


Looks close to my picture, though the lavender infusion in the standards on my
picture is not as intense. That could be growing conditions, but trying to
compare fine distinctions of colors using two uncalibrated computer monitors
is really futile.

However structural characteristics such as the picotee and edging on the standards
matches well, so if you have some other reason to believe it is DG (like "I
know I bought it and it is over there somewhere") , I think you are correct.


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