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Re: My first introduction

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] My first introduction
  • From: "Art" acb@ispwest.com
  • Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2005 21:31:05 -0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

Nice, Art, but is it a TB, IB, BB, or ? 
Jan in Chatsworth where it was 92 yesterday. 
Sorry about not putting any more info on Lead Dog. He's a TB, parents are Green & Gifted x unknown. The unknown is a yellow TB landscape iris that I probably will never know it's name. All siblings were various yellows except what I call Lead Dog's brother and he is a 'muddy' iris. I personally like muddy iris but the judges handbook says it's a no no, even when they say color shouldn't be a factor in judging. Lead Dog (seedling # 626A) was at the National in Fresno last year and will be up at Portland next year but in all probability, no won't see it as it is a very early bloomer.Attached is Lead Dog's brother. The picture is darker than it really is.
Art Bern, Grass Valley, CA


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