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Re: RE:HYB:Hardy Pinks


Anna Belle Babson does well here.  I think it does
better than Beverly Sills.  I have tried to use it as
a parent but don't remember having any great success.

Francelle Edwards wrote:
> 
> Has anyone grown Anna Belle Babson and tried to use it as a parent?  It has a deep coral pink similar to its parent, Beverly Sills, but for me it has been a much better grower, vigorous and healthy.
> Francelle Edwards   Glendale, AZ, zone 9 where winter came two weeks ago and left already.
>
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Dana Brown
Pres. South Plains Iris Society
Lubbock, TX  USA  79401
Zone 7 USDA, Zone 10 Sunset

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