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Re: MTB:Kaleidoscope

--- Laurie Frazer <lauriefr@localnet.com> wrote:

> Is there any iris that looks like Kaleidoscope other
> than Kaleidoscope 
> itself?  


There is a mutation of KALEIDOSCOPE that originated in
the garden of Rex and Alta Brown in the 1960's and was
registered a BROWN'S MUTANT by Clarence Mahan in 1993.
The distinction from the original KALEIDOSCOPE is that
BM has basically the pattern of a variegata-plicata
instead of the random streaking and splashing of color
found in the former.

For me BM is a more consistent performer than
KALEISOSCOPE, but by far the best grower of all the
HONORABILE variants is JOSEPH'S COAT, which even
outdoes the original.

Jeff Walters
in northern Utah
(USDA Zone 4)
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