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Re: JI: Popularity Poll

From: Tmilchh@aol.com

I only have 1 Japanese Iris, Rosewater. It is  a 2 years old clump and had 2 
lovely stalks, each about 4 feet tall with 6 or 7 blooms each. The first 4 
blooms were very large, about 8 inches across, the others were slightly 
smaller, maybe 6 inches across. They were slightly heat stressed and water 
stressed, which caused the blooms to be very fragil looking. Also, the fans 
are slightly wrinkled,due to lack of water. But the clump is healthy 
     I highly reccommend ROSEWATER.
Annette Milch       Lexington, KY        TMilchh@aol.com

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