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Re: HIST: Correction--Royal Gardens

From: daf10@cornell.edu (Dorothy A. Fingerhood)

Walter wrote:

>	Dorothy, your mention of 'vinicolors' certainly grabbed my 
>attention.  I have one, and it is always a beauty in bloom each 
>spring.  Are any of these still around?  And, they survive that far 
>north?  If so, this is another LA that can be added to the gardens in 
>colder climates.  Please tell me some still grow in Ithaca.  Thanks!

Walter...I am going to have to get back to you on this...do not have access
to my iris "stuff" at present.  The short answer, however, is that as far as
I know, none of the plants collected and described by  Nicholls, Jr., are
around here.

More later.

Dorothy (Fingerhood) Stiefel
Newfield, NY

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