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Re: a siberian by any other name..zzzzzz

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] a siberian by any other name..zzzzzz
  • From: oneofcultivars@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 17:00:22 EDT

In a message dated 5/18/2003 9:03:36 PM Central Daylight Time, wells@train.missouri.org writes:

Any ideas?

It looks like the real siberian folks have been resting/napping the last couple of days. I am quasi-siberian but still like to guess and am curious about the ID.

Pattern, height and color wise, it compares closely to Snow Queen growing here. Your blooms appear larger than mine with a somewhat different shape. I may have 4 or 5 siberians here total. Reguardless, Snow Queen is widly distributed, Lowe's, Home Depot, Wal Mart etc. Wrong guy to answer but love to stick my neck out.

Bill Burleson 7a/b

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