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  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] PHOTO: SDB: GINGERBREAD MAN
  • From: Debby <d.j.nelson@sasktel.net>
  • Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 16:55:09 -0500

I just wanted to say how much I am enjoying all the pictures. I think I'm about to get seriously hooked on Iris. Mine aren't even close to blooming yet, I'm up in Saskatchewan, Canada so our season starts much later.
Must say that I purchased about a dozen assorted "dwarf" Iris last summer and - hooray! - they all survived our -40 winter. As I said, they were purchased as dwarf, but the sizes are supposed to vary quite a bit, so when (if) they bloom this year I'll post some photo's and maybe you'll be able to give me more details.
I also have last years pictures of this Iris which was labelled as "Apple Blossom" when I bought it. Could it be Gingerbread Man? If not, does anyone know what it is?
Thanks for your help!
Debby (who feels an obsession beginning)

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