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From: Denise Stewart <stewartd@proaxis.com>

Hi All
	I have a dwarf iris SDB 9" tall, palest yellow S and F, on the Falls looks
like someone has taken olive green mixed with the tiniest bit of purple and
brushed it on the petals starting at the B and brushing outward on the F,
running out of paint before reaching the outer edges, and this is like with
a very small fine tepped brush.  B is yellow.  
	Does anyone have any ideas? if so please help me...
Denise in OR zone 7, where today it is sunny:) and the iris are starting to

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