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Re: HYB sdlg TD06-30aRE=tomorow child x plum

I really love these colors-I have a very small dwarf from Sun Doll x un-named red dwarf with very similar colors, but it is a very slow grower-your photo inspires me to try a cross on it next year. 
Thanks for posting - it is great to see these wonderful, fall beauties
rose kinnard
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Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2008 7:07 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] HYB sdlg TD06-30aRE=tomorow child x plum

 This IB, sdlgTD06-30aRE = (Tomorrow's Child x Plum-Plum) has been reblooming since 8th Sept, and is opening it's last flower.


I've pollinated with  DD05-01c = (Pele x Hot) last spring and got 7 seeds.



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