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Re: HYB: wide falls

Seems like I remember noticing that SNOW FLURRY had fairly wide falls
for that era.  However, I don't trust my memory any more & I wasn't
thinking about fall width when it was blooming here.

Jeff W said:
<One of the historic irises that I grow that has always impressed me for
broad form for its era is VIOLET HARMONY (Lowry, '48R, DM-'57). Its
parentage is SNOW FLURRY X CLOUD CASTLE. I am not sure how extensively
has influenced modern pedigrees, though I do know it appears a couple of

times in the ancestry of VICTORIA FALLS.>

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

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