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OT: AIS Postcards

Zelma writes:

I recently sent for two sets of Iris postcard sold by AIS.  I was
surprised when I received them.  They were gorgeous & stunning done by
Jeanne Clay Plank.  They were also very reasonably priced.  BUT the Iris
portrayed were not identified by name on as Tall Bearded Iris, Iris
versicolor hybrid Japanese Irsi etc.  Does anyone have any idea why
these were not identified.  It seems strange that AIS  wouldn't have
requested that these have the names on the cards rather than such
general information
Zelma in the Sierra Foothills zone 7 elevation 3100

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