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Re: RE:BIO Michelle Pihl

Welcome to the new iris list, Michelle.  As somebody already wrote, the iris
about which you were asking is probably STARRING, which was a huge hit with
those attending the 2002 national AIS convention in Memphis.  It grew very
well there, lovely clumps.  The comment made on this list to the effect that
some folks complained about less than perfect growth didn't show there.  So
maybe it is like some other iris that are born and bred in Calif., namely,
they do better in warmer climate zones than places like this, where winter is
very real.  It's a very striking iris, I know for sure.

Arnold & Carol Koekkoek
38 7th Street, NE
Sioux Center, IA 51250
e-mail  koekkoek@mtcnet.net

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