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Re: Bloom report - correction

From: "Donald Eaves" <donald@eastland.net>

With apologies to Dr. Zurbrigg.  Mr. Niswonger's LATE LILAC
was not in bloom.  The iris referred to in the description was
LATEST STYLE.  Still a potential rebloomer.  A quiet, serene
amoena type bloom with a dark lilac line from a white beard
to the tip of the fall and a blend of blue lilac and light lilac on
the rest of the falls.  No ruffles, just nice wide falls which flare
out nicely.  

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7 whose pollen daubing appears to be meeting
with dismal results.

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