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Re: HIST Flavescens - how wide spread is it?

  • Subject: Re: HIST Flavescens - how wide spread is it?
  • From: "sticknthistle" <jnolin@columbus.rr.com>
  • Date: Thu, 23 May 2002 01:14:38 -0000

My neighbor has a stand of iris that we're trying to id.  When I 
compare the plant and bloom to what I have as Flavescens, they are 
indistinguishable.  I've taken the blooms apart to compare the marks 
on the claw of the standard, the haft marks, etc.  
This patch was growing in his yard when he bought the house and our 
neighborhood dates from the early 1950's. 
How likely is this to be Flavescens?  How widespread it is in the 
midwest?  If it's not, any ideas for other possible ids?  The 
speciman I'm growing was purchased last year from a grower/hybridizer 
who carries a lot of historics.
Any input will be appreciated. Thanks

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