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HIST: Cemetery Yellows

In a message dated 2/8/2006 11:22:06 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
patsiris@sbcglobal.net writes:

Around  here there are the cemetery whites and yellows in bloom and Low Ho  
Silver,  but that's all.       

Pat, I know in your part of the world those "cemetery whites" are usually  
*Iris albicans*, but do you happen to know what those yellows are? If not,  
could you describe them, please?  
Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA, where boneyard yellows are likely to be  'Flavescens.' 

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