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Kathleen's NOID TB

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Kathleen's NOID TB
  • From: "Katherine Cordes" <acordes@freeway.net>
  • Date: Thu, 20 May 2004 23:21:42 -0400

Hi all, and Kathleen

I think your lost-tag TB is Competitive Edge.  

Here's what Cooley's has to say about this nice iris in their 2002 
catalog. . . 

COMPETETIVE EGDE (R. Ernst, '91) M. 36"
A true rimmed bicolor in a fascinating combination of reddish brown and 
bluish lavender with yellow beards.  The brown rim is well defined in a 
1/4" width around the entire fall.  Coloring is clean and clear.  Good 
substance and fine branching with seven buds.  HM '93; AM '95

Looks like this is your iris!
I have Competetive Edge in my garden, and it's a great grower. . . Even 
in Zone 4

Region 6 
Zone 4.5
 Hillman, Michigan

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