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Re: unknown help


I don't have any idea what it is but it's a real beauty !  I love to
come across unknown treasures like this.  Thanks for sharing.

Christopher Darlington
Lafontaine, Quebec

John Baumfalk wrote:
> I would appreciate your opinion on this unknown roadside iris.
> I think it is "Madame Chereau". The other possibilities are "Swertii" or "
> San Francisco".  I am attaching the unknown and MC. Thank you.
> John Baumfalk
> South Kansas
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>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                       Name: unknown1.jpg
>    unknown1.jpg       Type: JPEG Image (image/jpeg)
>                   Encoding: base64
>                           Name: madamchereau.jpg
>    madamchereau.jpg       Type: JPEG Image (image/jpeg)
>                       Encoding: base64
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------


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