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Re: SPEC: I. foetidissima


Dennis, I looked at it. Why is it a best kept secret?  Sorry to say, 
I am more excited over a bloom than a seed pod! (Except a seed pod 
from EURYTHMIC).

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8

On 16 Dec 00, at 12:07, Dennis Kramb wrote:

> I am really disappointed!  Several days ago I posted a photo of the 
> white-seeded form of Iris foetidissima on Iris-Photos.  I thought for sure
> it would stir up some excitement.  Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that
> supposed to be really rare?  According to the article on the SIGNA web
> site, it's supposedly "one of the best kept secrets in irisdom."  Maybe
> that's not the case any longer? l




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