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Re: TB: Mystery Purple and White Iris

Barb Johnson wrote:
> John, I too want to thank you for keeping us going on our IRIS-L fix.
> And I do so enjoy the Friday Night Chats. Keep up the good work!
> Thanks to you, John, and Sterling, Mary Forte, Bill Stone, and Donald
> Eaves for helping me identify my mystery iris.
> I have decided it must be Exotic Star based on beard color and purple
> veining. I think Baltic Star with its brown beard must not be the right
> one, as mine has a blue beard with orange in the throat, and Exotic Isle
> doesn't have the veining. So to that end, I am ordering a start of
> Exotic Star plus others from Lorraine Miller--will be in the mail soon.
> Wow, I'm ordering from six places this year!
> I won't tie up the airwaves.  Cheers to everyone!
> Barb Johnson                    lgjohnson@getonthe.net
> Near Springfield, SW Missouri   AIS, HIPS, RIS, MIS
> Where it is a lovely cool, cloudy day

  • References:
    • Re: Bee Pods
      • From: "John I. Jones" <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

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