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CULT: variegated irises

From: Dennis Kramb <dkramb@badbear.com>

This might be good fodder for AIS bulletin article (or maybe a SIGNA
article) especially with photos.  Anyhooo...with all this talk about
variegated irises (here & elsewhere)....I'm wondering what variegated
irises are in commerce?

Here's the ones I know of....
  - Iris foetidissima variegata (the only variegated iris that I grow)
  - Iris tectorum variegata
  - Iris pseudacorus variegata
  - Iris laevigata variegata
  - Iris pallida variegata

Anything others out there for sale???  (I don't know the names of the
variegated bearded cultivars.)  Spurias?  Japanese?  Siberians?  Junos?
Dutch?  Reticulatas?  PCIs?  Arilbreds?  MDBs?  Other species?

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