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Re: Dark Horse

forgive me for a second addition to this Dark Horse discussion.  CONJURATION
 was positively  spoken of by all visitors  to my garden in l995 and l996.
 SEveral chose it as the most beautiful iris they had ever seen.  (I am not
"grandfather' to it, but could wish I were).  It is small in the flower, but
the coloring is exquisite, and the branching remarkable.    Lloyd Zurbrigg
 Durham NC  Zone 7.5

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