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HIST: Dr. Bernice

There is a clone of this early cultivar currently available in  trade. Does 
anyone happen to know whether it has been vetted for  authenticity, and if 
so, by whom? What is the provenance of the plant? Here I am  not talking 
Check List history information, but the actual provenance of Dr.  Bernice as 
sold in this country these days. Anyone out there know  anything?
Also, how big is this iris when well grown, please? Is it MTBish or  BBish 
or larger in its parts? Would you say it is a humdinger, a fine figure of  a 
flower, or, possibly, interesting only because of its age? Or something  
else, of course....certainly...
Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA
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