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MED: Bloodspot (was Request for info)

From: "Jeff and Carolyn Walters" <jcwalters@bridgernet.com>

> From: "Chris Hollinshead" 
> As webmaster and editor of the society newsletter, I often receive
> from people regarding irises. 
> **********************************
> I am an editor at a Swedish Gardening Magazine and we are sitting here
> a picture of an iris labelled 'Bloodspot'. We can not find the variety in
> any of our gardening books. Is there such an iris or is the name wrong or


From the 1969 AIS Checklist:

BLOODSPOT (Tim Craig, R & I '66) SDB 10.5" EE. Arabian red self with
zanzibar spot pattern on F. Sdlg KR 14 X Little Darkie. HM '69, AM '72.

I don't know how that description will translate into Swedish. Come to
think of it, I don't know how that description translates into English! (-:

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4/5, Sunset Zone 2)

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