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Re: Nameing Suttons Iris

From: "Jeff and Carolyn Walters" <jcwalters@bridgernet.com>


As Jan Clark has already noted, they may not name dolls or songs in your
honor, but there ARE irises for all occasions. Unfortunately, the
Checklists do not indicate that either DOREEN or DOREEN QUIGLEY was ever
introduced. However, all is not yet lost - there was an iris bearing your
name that was both registered AND introduced!

DOREEN J (K. Carstensen, '71) TB 34" M. Sky blue self; yellow beard tipped
white; ruffled. 

Now the only question is, is there someone who is still growing it?

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4/5, Sunset Zone 2)

> From: "Jan Clark" 
> There has been an iris registered as DOREEN. I'm not sure what year, or
> whom, and don't even know if it's still available. Also Blyth registered 
> one, once as DOREEN QUIGLY.
> Cheers, Jan

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