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In a message dated 4/29/99 7:47:33 AM Eastern Daylight Time, cris@netcom.ca 

<< I am an editor at a Swedish Gardening Magazine and we are sitting here with
 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 >>

BLOODSPOT (Tim Craig '66) SDB, EE, Arabian red self with zanzibar spot 
pattern on falls. HM '69, JC '69. [per 1969 AIS Checklist]

Love that name zanzibar.  Zanzibar, zanzibar, zanzibar..........oh, my. 

Hope this helps.

Anner Whitehead

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