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Hello ...I've been updating my maps of my irises and came across one that I had a hard time reading from the iris fan this past fall.  As best I could read it the name of the iris was Nalpion.  I'm sure this isn't right as I guessed the first part of the name.  Would anyone have any guesses as to what this named iris is?  I have no other information as color, etc.  Thanks in advance....Pat
Pat in Maine   johndros@ainop.com Zone 4  Having a mild winter with only a few feet of snow on the ground.

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