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Re: TB: Historic ID

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

Thanks, Linda, for your response, but the copper/bronze I have is not 
Copper Lustre Bronze Bell, or Rosy Wings.  I am familiar with these 
and still grow Copper Lustre.  I would say that the mystery iris I am 
trying to ID has a form that is more modern than C L and R W but not 
as modern as B B.  That is why in my earlier post I said 
that it was 1940ish looking.  It was just too windy today to try to 
get a picture of it.  Strong winds are in the forecast for the next 
few days.  Maybe this week-end I can get a picture of it.

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS 7/8

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