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TBs with small blooms.


I have two TBs with small blooms, one of which is MADAME CHEREAU the 
other unknown.  They are quite unlike most "modern" TBs.  Can anyone 
recommend any cultivars with similar proportions?  Can anyone provide any 
insight into these irises - are they simply diploids, a subclass of TBs, 
a separate genetic line or random events?   The two that I have both have 
papery bracts which is indicative of I. pallida in the background, no?


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