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Re: SHOW: English Boxes

  • Subject: Re: SHOW: English Boxes
  • From: "K. Loberg" <iris.loberg@comcast.net>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:47:16 -0700

     I have some photos of the beautiful glass English Boxes that Sierra 
Foothills Iris Society uses... check them out here:
     All the judging I've seen about English boxes indicates the blooms 
(falls) should not touch the box.
     I would certainly suggest planning for the single blossom to sit in 
water.  A single bloom could fade much quicker that a bloom attached to a 
full stalk.

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