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Re: Chartres


Sterling Okase wrote:
> 
> Hi Talkers,
> Since everyone is sending photos, I thought I should
> send one of Chartres. In my humble opinion, this is
> the new face of tetraploid MTBs. Round, ruffled
> flowers with branches and buds galore.

Striking! Awesome.

Wish the tets could be in a separate class. The dips are beautiful, too.

I do not feel a need for all bearded iris to look like different sizes
of modern TB's.

Gerry
-- 
mailto:gcsnyd@loop.com
Gerry Snyder, AIS Symposium Chair
Region 15 Ass't RVP, JT Chair
Member San Fernando Valley, Southern California Iris Societies
in warm, winterless Los Angeles

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