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Re: to be or not to be

Hello Jeff and Pat,
Good to see you made it back in one piece!  How was the rest of your trip?  Thanks for the input, I think you are the only one on the list who has seen it "up close and personal"  It was the one I asked you about in the back re-select beds.  If I remember right, you said you liked it out there too.  Great to meet the two of you, hope you can come by again next year.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2000 4:11 PM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] to be or not to be


I believe this was one of the iris I recently saw first hand.  Yes introduce it, for the color splashed pattern in the falls as well as the warm golden hues seen in the style arms.

Thanks for showing us your wonderful gardens.
Jeff and Pat Kurtzeman

Mike Sutton wrote:

Need some help.  I really like the color and form of this flower.  The branching is tight.  Buds are adequate to good.  What do you all think of it?  Should it be intro'd or not?ThanksMike

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