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Re: TB: Next Dykes??

From: IRISROT@aol.com

In a message dated 4/12/99 2:11:40 PM Pacific Daylight Time, srust@fidnet.com 

> Out of the TBs on the list, HELLO DARKNESS is by far the best performer for
>  me.  I am not a judge yet, so I can't vote, but if I could it would get my
>  vote at this point amongst the TBs.  If I keep reading this list, I could
>  turn out to be a bee expert!  I had no idea that bees couldn't see red (we
>  know the neighbor's bull can!), but how about wasps and yellowjackets?  Can
>  they see red?
I must agree Cindy with you "Hello Darkness" is diffently by far the best 
black grower I have and best one I have seen to date. If I was to guess which 
gets the DKYES I would put my money on this iris. But I have been wrong 
before and am positive I will be again.

								Jim LOveland 
, Fenton, MO Zone 5

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