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Re: AR: Genetic Artist

Rick Tasco/Roger Duncan wrote:
> John I. Jones wrote:
> >
> > Dennis Kramb wrote:
> > >
> > > I got my list earlier this week and have a few questions about a few
> > > cultivars.  A few particularly caught my attention, and I'm curious to know
> > > if anyone grows them and can encourage/discourage me about getting them.
> > > GENETIC ARTIST (H Danielson 1972) RB
> > > I'm particularly interested in 1/2-breds rather than 3/4 or 1/4-breds.  I'm
> > > very interested in acquiring at least one or two RB varieties and GENETIC
> > > ARTIST sounds quite intriguing.
> Hi Dennis--
> We've grown Genetic Artist for many years and it is definitely one of
> our favorite arilbreds.  And a fairly easy grower for us here in
> California also.  As for Cincinnati???
> Blooms of Genetic Artist are a swirling blend of yellow, white, and blue
> and are outstanding.  We can highly recommend this one.
> Rick Tasco
> Superstition Iris Gardens
> Central California Sierra Nevada foothills--Zone 8

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