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Re: Emailing: 078

Very nice, Rose!  Duly noted, Loic. I have Precious Little Pink in the list as very fertile both ways (lots of people use it) but not Bella Rose, so I added it. Must say, I am partial to the lighter plicatas. I have Patrice TB (Fred DeForest 1945), a rosy-lavender rosy-brown plic I got in 1996 from Maurine at Sourdough in Montana (which may not be in business any more).
Cheers, Barb
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Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2008 6:58 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Emailing: 078

Photo of Bella Rose x Precious Little Pink seedling
first time bloom this fall-sept 25
rose kinnard
fredericktown, mo
zone 6

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