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Re: swedish irisproblem

  • To: iris-talk@onelist.com
  • Subject: Re: swedish irisproblem
  • From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>
  • Date: Sat, 26 Dec 1998 13:57:52 -0500
  • References: <199812261804.NAA21259@berlin.atlantic.net>

From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

paI hope it will work and I do really hope that some of you will have 
time to
> take a look at my unknown . Maybe someone recognizes it immediately!
> Maj,
     I don't know the name of that Iris, but it looks very similar to a 
plant that was very common in Lexington, KY.  The plant we had that 
looks very similar normally reached about 80 cm tall, and was quite 
fragrant.  It tended to bloom very early, and thus was froze out of 
bloom many years.  I hope someone knows exactly what your plant is.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.

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