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Re: TB: HIST: help

Do either of you who are growing the 'not CHERRY SMOKE' have a 
picture to post on iris-photos? I'm getting real curious as to what 
it looks like/
It sounds pretty

--- In iris-talk@y..., Linda Mann <lmann@i...> wrote:
> <... your "Cherry Smoke" ... observations of it in bloom I would 
> that you are reaching too far back ... It appears to me as more 
> resembling irises that were introduced in the 1950's or early '60's.
> .... your iris is a red-black, while BLACK FOREST is definitely a
> blue-black. Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4/5, Sunset 
> 2, AHS Zone 7)>
> Thanks Jeff.  I'm not at all good at guessing eras of 
introduction.  If
> I see two together, as I did with SUPERSTITION and my "CS" this 
> it is usually obvious which is older.  Did you get any ideas as to 
> my "CS" might be?  How is it doing for you?  Any resemblance to 
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8


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