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TB: Purple rhizomes

Hi, I have been meaning to post this to the list for a while.  We have a 1999 intro, EAGLE CONTROL, a nice reverse ameona SA with purple based foliage.  It produces an interior core on the rhizomes that is purple.  I have never seen this before and was wondering if anybody else has seen this on/in an iris.  I have seen purple on the outside of SDB and IB rhizomes but never on the interior of a rhizome.  It has done it no matter where it has been planted.
Mike - Curious in California

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