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Re: HIST: SPEC: Donald's Homested Purple

From: "Walter Moores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

> From Anner:
> I'd say I. germanica was a real good candidate for an unknown shorter 
> two-toned purple homested iris in the South. It is ubiquitous here in 
> Virginia, although not as often found as I. pallida, which is so prevalent 
> that some folks think it is a native flower. Mike Lowe wrote an interesting 
> article in the Spring 1995 issue of ROOTS about I. germanica called "I've 
> seen this Mug Everywhere!" 

	In this post Donald and Anner have whetted the appetites of 
long-established listers/talkers who await axniously Anner's finds in 
the back alley tours of Richmond and Chesterfield county.  Her 
wordsmithing takes you there.  Hang on; it can't be long now 
until this masterpiece  scrolls down your screen.  Don't miss it.

	It is a pleasure to see Anner posting again.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8 (joins Donald in viewing ZERZURA as it opened here 
today with its bedmate TEL AVIV.  These two mated last year and have 
four children still in the nursery)

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