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     This past fall, someone let me have a start of an Iris that was
identified a "Majorica."  I could not find it listed in any of the ten year
checklists, nor could I find it in THE WORLD OF IRISES.  The fellow that
let me have it said that it was the increase off of a plant that came from
Montana.  This Iris has foliage that looks like a Bearded Iris.  If anyone
knows anything about Majorica, please let me know.

Mark A. Cook

Cloudy, misty, damp 32 Degree Lexington, KY.

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