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TB: Touch of Mahogany

The San Fernando Valley Iris Society show is this weekend in Woodland Hills,
I just won Queen of Show (okay, "Best Specimen" to those who insist on
gender-neutral political correctness) with Barry Blyth's intro TOUCH OF
MAHOGANY, a big stalk with two massive caramel-colored flowers with a reddish
overlay on the shoulders.

Randy Squires won best seedling with a dark bitone that appeared to be a child
of Romantic Evening.

I also had a very lovely stalk of Ghio's AMIABLE, among other entries.

John Reeds

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