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[PHOTO] TB:Sea Power

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] TB:Sea Power
  • From: "laetitia munro" lmmunro@hotmail.com
  • Date: Sat, 19 Oct 2002 05:47:07 +0000

Someone was interested in Sea Power. While I did take this picture, I cannot 
take credit for growing this plant. (it lives at the Presby Iris Gardens).
But yes, it really is that color; and it is big, and impressive, and has 
very sturdy petals. When you see it amongst other iris, you say to yourself 
'I can't believe how beautiful that one is; it looks like its not real'. 
Well, that's what I said to myself, anyway.
It's definitely on my 'someday wish list', but judging by the looks of it, 
it should be around for quite some time.

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