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Photo: Prank`09-Keppel 2000

  • Subject: Photo: Prank`09-Keppel 2000
  • From: "Linda Smith" <irisgrower@cableone.net>
  • Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 06:43:06 -0700

Glad to hear it does mul falls sometimes.  This was my first year, so it just bloomed normal.  This photo doesn't show the orange on back of beard and the one I took to show orange was fuzzy. So maybe get a better photo next year.  It bloomed Apr 14 for me. Maybe someone has a photo of that beard close up??



    (Keith Keppel, R. 2000). Sdlg. 94-19B. SDB, 9" (23 cm), EM.
    Aureolin yellow (M&P 10-L-2) shaded pyrethrum yellow (11-L-2), F. Faintly darker; beards periwinkle blue (43-B-8); pronounced sweet fragrance. Spanish Empire X Easter. Keppel 2000.
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