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Re: Re:SPEC: Iris arenaria

Thanks for the photo.  It's a beauty!  Several people have contacted me in
private and apparently I. arenaria isn't that rare after all.  Oh well, it
will still be new to my garden.

>    Hi Dennis and all Nice page that you have found,  apparently also many
>other nice  plants. I enclose another photo of  I.arenaria, which I
>believe I have posted  once before.   Jan Jacobsen -Denmark zone 4-6
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