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Re: TB:Pink standards, blue falls ?

  • Subject: Re: TB:Pink standards, blue falls ?
  • From: "kprpkim" <kprp@swbell.net>
  • Date: Tue, 07 May 2002 21:19:30 -0000

--- In iris-talk@y..., John Reeds <jreeds@m...> wrote:
> Poem of Ecstasy will be opening for me (for the first time) today.  
> falls look purely lavender to me.  There are a lot of pink/lavender 
> on the market, pink/blue is a lot more difficult.
> John Reeds

Probably the falls are lavendar, but it sure is pretty! I couldnt find 
photos of any Keppel plicatas as you described on the web, but I will 
keep an eye out. Thanks for your suggestions. Wonder if anyone is 
purposely working on breeding a pink/blue iris?

ST. Louis

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