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CULT: Kasperek or no?


I have just had a broken color iris start to bloom for me.   The only problem
with this is that I thought I had Fashionably Late growing there.   Does
anyone recognize this not FL
from my discription?   Here it is.   Falls - Pale orange with off white and
darker peachy-orange streaks blending into wine veins at hafts.  Beards -
long, red-orange in throat.   The front third is lighter orange.   Standards
are light orange, darker than falls with wine veins at base.   The bloom is
short, so I don't know if it is an IB or a young TB.   What I do know is that
it isn't the "Fashionably Late" I thought I was buying at our iris sale last
fall.
                                                    Pat in Dallas

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