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IB: Lapwing

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] IB: Lapwing
  • From: willwarner@alltel.net
  • Date: Sun, 1 May 2005 16:55:20 -0500

New here this year and making me quite happy.  IB Lapwing (Jim & Vicki 
Craig, '99).  This iris has some very impressive branching.  The stalk 
splits into 3 where it emerges from the rhizome, then more branches 
above that, probably from aphyla.  High bud count (10), and prominant 
PBF.  Lot's of iris here are showing reduced bud count due to the odd 
weather,  this one seems not effected, although I've heard of it having 
even more buds. 
Will Warner
Zone 6   

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