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Re: TB: HYB: Clear rims

That beauty could have a spot in my garden anytime!



> I want to thank all the people who responded to my request for 
> opinions on clear rims. I can see that, like haft marks, it could 
> either add or detract from the beauty of the blossoms. It seems to fit 
> more with pastel colors like my seedling than with darker colors like 
> Bob’s seedling.
> I do like this seedling. It probably wouldn’t be much of a show iris. 
> The form is nothing to get excited about, but it is an excellent 
> grower, extremely floriferous, which makes it a focal point in the 
> garden. It blooms in my garden throughout the month of March. When I 
> first saw it on a cool March morning, I thought the standards were 
> rimmed with tiny drops of dew. Later in the day, I was surprised that 
> they were still there. That’s when I discovered that they were the 
> effect of that fine clear rim. I am posting a clump picture. The 
> tallest stalks were 40 inches high. The parents are Margaret Inez X 
> Ruffled Goddess.
> Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ Zone 9
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