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Re: Information Needed


From: "Jeff and Carolyn Walters" <jcwalters@bridgernet.com>

Hello, Michael!

Welcome to Iris-talk! Hope you will like what you find here. Why not take a
few minutes to introduce yourself to the gang and tell us about the irises
you grow and how they do in your location?

From: mwnorberry <mwnorberry@wcinet.net>
  
I have the following but can not find out any information on these:

Mill Valley  (Larry Gaulter, introduced '75) TB 36" Midseason. Medium
lavender to rose self, yellow beard tipped white. HM ('79) 

Emperor Gold (not found - there is a Spuria named "Imperial Gold")

Surf's Up  (John Weiler, introduced '79) TB 36" Midseason. Lightly ruffled
medium blue with a hint of lavender, very pale yellow beard. HM ('82)

Puget Sound (Hooker Nichols, introduced '82) TB 36" Midseason-Late. S.
misty blue, suffused deeper blue at base; F. deep smoky blue, navy blue
beard tipped brown; ruffled; slight fragrance. 

Kiss  (Frederick Knocke, introduced '71) TB 30" Midseason. White ground
plicata stitched blue-violet, violet beard. HM ('73)


Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4/5, Sunset Zone 2)
jcwalters@bridgernet.com
with sub-freezing temperatures on a sunny Easter morn






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