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Re: CULT:LA's mix up

A steeple is the tall pointed thing on top of churches.

If someone doesn't help with  real knowledge, I will look up the
information. AIS has a web based database that is free currently but will
have a nominal charge in the future. There is a name database that gives
year of introduction and a few other items. The full checklist for the 80s
is also available. A volunteer group is working on the 70s book and the 90s
should be available from AIS within the near future. You have to get a user
name and password from John Jones. See AIS web site for details.

Harold Peters
Beautiful View Iris Garden
El Dorado Hills, CA      USDA zone 9
harold@directcon.net  www.beautiful-view-iris.com
----- Original Message -----
From: <tmilchh@aol.com>
To: <iris-talk@egroups.com>; <iris-photos@egroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 04, 2000 6:23 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] CULT:LA's mix up

> Hi Talkers,
>      I have 3 Louisianna Irises which have grown together & I would like
> separate one from the other. I will put photo's of all 3 in Iris-photo.
> is Rich Jewel (Morgan '95) dark violet, large yellow steeple signal -
> velvety. What is a steeple? The 2nd is Joyful Charm and I have no
> on it except a picture as it grew in my garden this year. It is  a flared
> dark pink with slightly darker flared falls & yellow styles. This is the
> first year it has bloomed, but it had at least 8 stalks. The 3rd is Velvet
> Memory (Morgan '96) dark red violet, tan halo on the falls, med
> speeple signal, lightly ruffled; bright. Is a palo a rim?
>      I got these 3 LA irises at the '97 Convention in Dearborne , MI from
> auction from Redbud Lane Irises, Melody & Jerry Willoit. They are all
> but I would like to be able to know which is which. Hope someone can help.
>      Annette Milch     Lexington, KY, USA       zone 5/6
> TMilchh@aol.com


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