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Re: TB:Fragrance

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] TB:Fragrance
  • From: Sandra Barss <barsssa@mb.sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2001 05:55:39 -0700

Hi Judy,

Can you name a few that have that grape scent (I am looking for ones
that have a
stronger scent) ?  I have tried selecting them by what the catalog say,
but I haven't
had too much luck.  When my old purple historic blooms I can smell it
across the
yard and that is what I am looking for in a modern TB.

SE Manitoba

judyhunt1@aol.com wrote:

> Many have the grape scent that comes from i. pallida.  Another scent
> that comes to mind is from Walter Moores' LEMON CHESS...maybe it is
> psychological, but to
> me it smells lemony!

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