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Re: CULT: New Mexican iris on the Coast

From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

We need to come into the real world on this discussion!

*IF* you grow germanica, (44 chr), trojana (48 chr) and cypriana (48 chr)
in your garden there is no possibility that germanica (44 chr) could be
confused with the latter two iris.

germanica (44) blooms with the MDBs and EARLY SDBs. It is in full bloom in
my garden now (early SDBs are just starting). trojana and cypriana bloom in
the normal TB season, nearly a full month later than germanica (44). I have
NEVER had the bloom season come within even two weeks of overlapping for
germanica versus trojana/cypriania.



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