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Re: iris dreams/solstice/WABASH X MULBERRY ROSE

GUDRUN  was a '31 introduction, by Dykes, I believe. (I do not have the 39
ten-year summary.  GUDRUN was an extra-large iris, white with considerable
golden-yellow highlights.  I chose it to overcome the small size of WABASH.
It was a bit short, but WABASAH has a little extra height.  Most of the
seedlings were in-betweens, bitones, but some selfs.  This classic iris is
easy to spot because the falls hang almost straight down.  Lloyd Zurbrigg,
 Durham N.C.  

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