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Re: Twist of Fate and FATAL ATTRACTION

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Twist of Fate and FATAL ATTRACTION
  • From: CEMahan@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 6 Feb 1997 06:02:18 -0700 (MST)

In a message dated 97-02-05 21:41:51 EST, you write:

<< Fred Kerr of
 Rainbow Iris Gardens has a 1996 introduction with Twist of Fate as a
 parent.  It is called Fatal Attraction.  Cannot comment on how it grows
 as I just planted it last summer. >>

I bought FATAL ATTRACTION after I saw it at the Sacramento Convention last
year. So far it is wintering very well in Virginia and has a number of
increases. It is definitely a better garden iris than TWIST OF FATE, which
despite its gorgeous color is, as Rick Tasco wrote, a very poor garden iris.
Clarence Mahan in VA

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