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Re: AB: Big Black Bumblebee

On Thu, 29 May 2003 08:39:20 -0700, some mardy inna cardy wrote:

>BIG BLACK BUMBLEBEE (Danielson, R. `65)
>Thanks to Dana & Vern for such a lovely addition to my garden and for identifying it after a "rampaging chicken" left labels scattered all over the yard. 

Lovely flower but -puh!-are you sure you've got the tags straight? My
left toe looks much more like a big black bumblebee than that flower.
I was picturing black or dark purple with yellow beards or something.

Who names these things . . . 

Melis--iris newbie

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