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Re: Unknown Pink TB



This is a kind of late reply, but a couple more pinks that it looks like are Anna Belle Babson and its mama Beverly Sills. Mine that I think is Anna Belle has purple base foliage. That's another clue. Not sure if Beverly does. Maybe someone else knows.
Cheers, Barb in SWMO where bloom is winding down but there are still plenty of late ones. And it's not raining, yay!
----- Original Message -----
From: Cordesview
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2010 10:37 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Unknown Pink TB

Hello to you all!

I haven't got the foggiest what this iris could be.  I have had several pinks in my garden, but none of them EVER bloomed this well!  It was planted in a spot where I THOUGHT I had planted LADY FRIEND or HEARTSTRING STRUMMER, but it's obviously not either of them!!!

Some possible names are, OLYMPIC PINK, PINK ATTRACTION, CHINA PINK, DESCANSO, and I'll try and think of some other pinks I've raised and never seen bloom!


What's this pink?




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