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Re: January Bulletin

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: January Bulletin
  • From: Mark Thornsburg <thrnsbrg@flash.net>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 20:12:48 -0700 (MST)

Sharon McAllister wrote:

> >  and why do the 2 irises in the
> >  "E" class look just like TB's when from what I can understand in the
> >  article, they aren't completely,
> They are more TB than aril, thus
> look more like their TB ancestors.
> >   and the last thing, where can I get the
> >  2 irises in the "E" class.
> Good question, as we won't be
> listing them this year.  I selected
> photos to illustrate the article, not
> necessarily to promote sales!

Well, obviously, but still...

Actually, I've heard about it, I've read about it, but it didn't hit me until
I saw those pictures!  This is like a whole new world to me; TB Irises that
have just enough Aril background to have those AMAZING colors...


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