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Looks great Linda, very clean and nice form. 
But most importantly it's doing good for you in the vale. ;) 
Congrats! Will W.  

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On May 1, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com> wrote:


This probably just looks like another ho hum yellow iris, but for me,
this is where I've been trying to go with the breeding program. No
rebloom (so far), but super healthy here in the vale, and my idea of
beautiful form & bloom size. Those of you who've been seeing my
seedlings from here in the vale for the last 10 yrs as I've crawled
towards the goal can probably appreciate how much I like this one.
Stalk shot later.

(IC10 cream: (IMM x CSONG) x TREASURED) X (IMKC yellow amoena, sort of:

Apologies to those of you who try to keep track of seedlings by ID - I
keep changing mine. If I used numbers, I would never keep any of
straight. So I keep minimizing the letters each generation, using
garden names when it gets too complicated.

Linda Mann
east TN USA zone 7


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