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Re: MTB:Kaleidoscope

It definitely seems to be quite a sporting family.  Terry Varner also used 
to list in his catalogs a variant of SHERWIN-WRIGHT that he called the 
Megson sport, which he said was similar to SHERWIN-WRIGHT, but different.

Jim Wilson
now in northern Kentucky
(USDA Zone 6)

At 07:52 AM 6/3/2006 -0700, you wrote:
> > lauriefr@localnet.com writes:
> >
> > I guess  I'll have to get my
> > hands on a piece of that one to complete the HON
> > family tree in my
> > garden.
>There is another iris that is reputed to be a member
>of the HONORABILE clan, the yellow self SHERWIN-WRIGHT
>(Kohankie, 1915). It certainly matches the others in
>size, form, and bloom characteristics.
>Jeff Walters
>in northern Utah
>(USDA Zone 4)
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