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Re: IRIS DEVELOPMENT: WHY DONT WE USE OTHER PLANT POLLEN FOR RA...

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] IRIS DEVELOPMENT: WHY DONT WE USE OTHER PLANT POLLEN FOR RA...
  • From: "KEITH MINEO" kmineo@pacbell.net
  • Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 07:34:44 -0700

So  where can we all buy this strange brew iris??????????????????  hmmmmmmmmmmm I agree with your son. I want one too
----- Original Message -----
From: little bit
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2006 7:19 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] IRIS DEVELOPMENT: WHY DONT WE USE OTHER PLANT POLLEN FOR RA...

I just love that! So different. My 9 yr old son saw
the pic and wanted to know if he could buy it this yr
for his iris bed. LOL

littlebit

--- petalpusherpaul@aol.com wrote:


> In a message dated 5/15/2006 2:01:56 A.M. Eastern
> Standard Time, 
> JBHPHD@BELLSOUTH.NET writes:
>
> But who knows.  Maybe there is a chromosomal  match
> between some iris and
> some pine trees. If so,  we would expect to  see at
> least some of the iris
> develop needles and grow very, very  tall.
>
>
>
> Beautifully said....I originally noted the pollen
> because the flower looked 
> dusty.  I can't clean it off, but yet the
> perfectionist in me can't waist  the
> time digitally spotting each image to clean it up
> either.  The  'strange
> brew' referred to was the genetic mix within the
> flower that allowed  this effect
> to manifest.....I'm grateful to James for a
> wonderful and clear  resolution to
> the debate.....Here's another image of the flower
> that I  originally wrote
> about......Paul Hill 
>
>         
>
>
>
>
>


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