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Re: Species

  • Subject: Re: Species
  • From: tmilchh@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2008 21:01:45 -0400

Dear Ted,
    Really striking iris. How large is it? What type cultivation?
Annette Milch in Kentucky. Just planted my Japanese irises from Ensata from the JI Convention over the 4th of July. We got a touch of rain, but most of the weather is passing North of us. Boo Hoo. We need the rain. We are in the 90's; too hot for September.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ted Baker <tedebaker@shaw.ca>
To: iris photos <iris-photos@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Fri, 12 Sep 2008 4:31 pm
Subject: [iris-photos] Species

I. chrysographes, black form.
With only two buds the bloom doesn't last long but it is so striking!!
Ted B, SSI, BC, Zone 8

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