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Re: Arizona Sandstone

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] Arizona Sandstone
  • From: margiempv@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2006 14:22:23 EST

ARIZONA SANDSTONE

    (Terrell Taylor, R. 1999). Sdlg. 95-5. TB 36" (91 cm) M.
    "Dark sandstone red (RHS 178B), edges lighter, violet central infusion; beards burnt orange; ruffled; pronounced spicy fragrance. Bygone Era X Macho Hombre., Bonita Gardens 2000. "
      I don't know where it is sold though..................unless Bonita Gardens in Stanford, Az. still have it.  That could very well be T. Taylor's home.
     
    ~ Margie Valenzuela


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