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Re: Spurias

CEMahan@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 97-02-17 21:59:28 EST, you write:
> <<  Clarence Mahan recommended that I try BELISE.  First, I will see if
>  Roger Nelson has it.  If he doesn't, who else would?  By the way, what does
>  BELISE look like?  I wish to use BELISE to replace the one Spuria that
>  well...dare I say it died? >>
> Redbud Gardens (Melody Wilhoit) used to list it I think. I have seen it in
> several catalogues but can't get to mine at the moment to check.  Maybe
> someone else will chime in.  BELISE has a species look (it is a cross of two
> species), and is very elegant.  It often wins top awards at iris shows, and
> is a favorite with flower arrangers.   Clarence Mahan in VA


Not in Redbud's Catalog this year.  The only other 97 catalog, which
lists Spurias that I have, is Niswonger's Cape Iris and he does not list
it either.

Rick Tasco
Central California
Zone 8

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