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Re: TB:Helen Cochran

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


Thank you for the info on HELEN COCHRAN:
> Helen Cochran has been in my garden since its intro year, a generous
> from Stockton Gardens.  It is a pure white here, no blue in it at all and
> is a mid-late to late season bloomer here; very tall, excellent
Mine also came from Stocton Iris Gardens, but as a purchase.  I wrote them
since I had questions as to the correct identity, but only received a form
letter back which made no reference to my doubts.  So, I ordered HC again
from Stockton, but the new one will not bloom this year for comparison. 
variety I have is definitely blue white.  Very similer in color to
and even slightly more blue than GLACIER POINT.  I'm pretty sure it is not

Donald Eaves

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