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Re: TB: I. germanica?


While the height seems to vary a lot according to location, this is widely
grown in SA and commomly referred to as I germanicus.
We sell it and find it to be very popular.

Colleen Modra

-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>
To: iris-talk@egroups.com <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Date: Friday, 11 August 2000 2:13
Subject: [iris-talk] TB: I. germanica?

>Hi all,
>The little iris in the local Bot. gardens has been flowering non stop for
>the last 3 months. It is tall growing, with a small flower about the size
>and form of my I. germanica. The flower is a rich purple with no haft
>markings, almost as dark as SABLE NIGHT (photo on the HIPS page)
>The beards are pure white, and faily thin, but set the flower of
>Any photo's on the web anywhere that I can look at to compare this too?
>Cheers, Jan Clark
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