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Paull Hill's 'Being Busy' sport

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Paull Hill's 'Being Busy' sport
  • From: "Lowell Baumunk" LBaumunk@iriscolorado.com
  • Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 12:29:50 -0600

This looks like the same phenomenon we see in 'Joseph's Coat Katkemier'. Parts of the flower are missing the carotene pigments. Paul, did this persist with all the flowers on a given stalk? Might try dividing this clump and replanting all the rhizomes to see if you can get one that is dependably quirky.
I think it's a very interesting look!

Lowell Baumunk

Joseph's Coat attached

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