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Re: Re: SDB seedling

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re: SDB seedling
  • From: "Judy Hunt" judyhunt1@bellsouth.net
  • Date: Mon, 26 May 2003 14:12:03 -0400

> The petals are a bit narrow and later blooms are even more narrow. It
> dos have a very strong scent, overpowering when you stick your nose in
> it. A bit like lilac, a bit like honeysuckle and a reminder of Old
> Spice shaving lotion.

Narrow petals on an SDB don't necessarily bother me if it has other things
going for it...and this one definitely does, Chuck.  Now that you have
described its fragrance, it is on my wish list for certain! Please introduce

Judy Hunt
Louisville, KY

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