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Re: Unknown yellow bin BB

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This unknown BB is 25 inches in height , more flared  than SKY HOOKS and
a little more saturated in color.  Hafts are white veined yellow and
there's a white 1/2 inch streak that emerges directly under the beards.

A good vigorous garden iris that cost me $2.00 CAD , about $1.35 USD.

Blainville , Quebec 
Zone 5

tmilchh@aol.com wrote:
> Dear Chris,
>      Nice photo. The iris looks like Shy Hooks (TB).
> Annette

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