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OT: Cats & Iris

In a message dated 12/22/00 10:30:03 AM Mountain Standard Time, 
RYFigge@aol.com writes:

<<  Don't know if the iris world can draw any 
 conclusions from what has happened to an ageing  16+ old puss-kit.  >>

For years, I sought an iris with a beard as black as Lucky's fur.  Was quite 
pleased the year a number turned up in the seedling patch -- until I realized 
the Grizzled Old Warrior was fading and his jet-black had a brownish tinge.

So it isn't the ideal I was working toward, but the beard of GRIZZLED OLD 
WARRIOR is actually darker than his aging coat.

Sharon McAllister

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