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Re: Genetic Susceptibility to Rot

Greetings from Washington State - where the weather is forever changing - 
today in Puget Sound:  85 and folks, that is just too warm for me!

My question:  Does anyone have any experience with the Iris known as McKay?

I purchased it from Schreiners three years ago - and it has never 
bloomed, hasn't multiplied, and is no longer in their catalog.  Any 
comments concerning it would be helpful.  It is sort of an apricot color 
- in the catalog at least.  Thanks, Donna

On Sat, 20 Jul 1996 CEMahan@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 96-07-19 07:57:30 EDT, you write:
> >One name that consistently came up in lineage of my
> >"problem children" was the iris COMMENTARY.  What has been your experience
> >with it's descendents? 
> >
> >
> I have not noticed COMMENTARY in what little pedigree research I have
> done...what are a couple of its descendants?  Clarence Mahan in VA

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