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Re: TB: nomenclature about forms and colors in the CL's

Neil A Mogensen wrote:
 Among recent irises THORNBIRD is an extreme
> example.  The variation in form, color, shading and size of the blossom is
> extraordinary comparing specimens from different gardens.


Funny you should mention THORNBIRD, there is a collection of photographs
at the the Space Age Robin in the photos section that demonstrates this.
The variation is incredible.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/spaceagerobin/   There was a recent
discussion concerrning how the same cultivar could vary so much from
garden to garden, zone to zone.


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