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Re: Re: HYB: question - Black Andromeda


Mine matches the R&I. I looked to see if I had a picture on file, but I do
The one you submitted to iris photos is not what I have growing as BLACK

It did not bloom this spring, but I transplanted it very late last fall. I
can look and
see how much I have if you want a start.

John Bruce

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Linda Mann" <lmann@volfirst.net>

> John, does yours look like my photos or does yours match the R&I?

> BLACK ANDROMEDA    (Chet Tompkins, R. 1994). Sdlg. 91-11. TB, 38" (97
> cm), ML.   S. azure wine; F. very dark wine; beards red. Armageddon X
> Sweeter Than Wine. Fleur de Lis 1994.

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