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Re: TB: HIST: bloom report - pinks

  • Subject: Re: TB: HIST: bloom report - pinks
  • From: neilm@charter.net
  • Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 22:56:47 -0000

--- In iris-talk@y..., Linda Mann <lmann@i...> wrote:

> PINK RUFFLES (Smith 1940) heavy bloom with NO protection (nice 4th 
year clump)

If you have the PINK RUFFLES that is the offspring of NO-WE-TA you 
have one of the finest diploids ever generated.  Care to share a 
piece?  I remember a glorious clump if it in front of our family home 
in Idaho about forty-five or more years ago.  I'd like to see that 
orchid-pink color reproduced in a modern tetraploid.

Neil Mogensen, zone 6b/7a near Asheville, NC


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