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Re: Tiger Shark

Hi Terry, Tiger Shark is a Maryott introduction in 1986.  The R&I describes
it as:  TB, 37", S. tan with a hint of red; F. tan and yellow with hint of
red, prominent maroon stripes running full length; yellow beard; ruffled. 

Dorothy in Albuquerque  

> From: DFDIVER <DFDIVER@aol.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Subject: Tiger Shark
> Date: Tuesday, December 30, 1997 7:51 PM
> Hello all
> Last summer I made a small mail order iris purchase and was
> sent a bonus iris named "Tiger Shark".   This particular grower
> had an e-mail link on their website for customer service, but,
> I tried, and tried, and tried again for several months to get them to
> respond to my e-mail request for a description of this iris.
> I never got any response  from them.
> Could anyone help me?
> What does the iris  "Tiger Shark" look like?
> Terry Ryan  in Marietta Georgia    where it has been snowing on and off
> the past 24 hours but not enough to collect on the ground.

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