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RE: Bold Sentry?

Looks just like mine, flowers as large as a big TB too.

Chad Schroter

>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Dennis Kramb [mailto:dkramb@badbear.com]
>>>Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2000 9:47 AM
>>>To: iris-photos@egroups.com
>>>Subject: [iris-photos] Bold Sentry?
>>>Can anyone confirm this is Bold Sentry?
>>>BOLD SENTRY (Les Peterson, 1983) OGB-, 34", S. blue, widely 
>>>ruffled, F.
>>>medium tan, heavily dusted rich crimson red across upper 
>>>portion, becoming
>>>lighter near edge, small black signal, black beard.
>>>What I find confusing is that if this is Bold Sentry, and if it is a
>>>quarterbred, then it is behaving quite strangely.  This is 
>>>the arilbred
>>>that I found laying FLAT on the ground when I got home 
>>>yesterday.  Also it
>>>produces lots & lots & lots of fluffy pollen, which is typical of a
>>>halfbred, not a quarterbred.
>>>Accurate impartial advice on everything from laptops to table saws.

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