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Last winter  there was quite a discussion regarding iris with purple based
foliage (PBF).  So when my iris bloomed last summer, I noted every clump
that had PBF on them.  One was BLUE ICE.  This year that clump does not
have PBF but another clump of BLUE ICE under the same growing conditions
about 10 feet away from it does.

It is slightly PBF but definitely is purple about 1-2 inches up the blades.

Is this a common occurance?

Mickey Corley (Mrs.)
Bethany OK - Center of Oklahoma USA
Zone 6/7

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