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CULT: What's Blooming in Baja?


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

	This is what's blooming in baja today:

	LEMON POP - seven stalks - superstar of the IB world...got my Dykes 
vote the past two years, but you know about the Dykes and those 
horned things in recent voting.  That was discussed already...you 
could look it up!

	INVASION IN PINK - small IB infantry in tailored uniforms

	STUDY IN AMETHYST - gem quality OGB, tightly held standards, no pink 
ice or cubic zirconia here.

	LAND OF ENCHANTMENT - OGB. Thunderstorms over burning desert sands.  
Good work, Sharon!

	SYRIAN PRINCESS - Easy to grow OGB+, with strong wine signal on 
pinkish gray falls, lavender standards.  If you have trouble growing 
higher percentage arilbreds, try this one.  Outstanding 'arilish' 
form.

	ESALAN, OGB-, arilmedian. Splashed wine on old gold.

	EPICENTER, TB.  The slide is much prettier!

	ORANGE POPSICLE - the name says it all - what a fragrance....an 
older Sutton iris before Mike came along. :)

	BERLIN VERSILAEV, quite early for this purple...the only thing 
blooming in the bog.

	There are some bicolor buds that have me transfixed!  These are AURA 
LIGHT, CINNAMON SUN, and EASTER CLOUDS.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8 (sending storms northeast)

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