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Re: I. pseudacorus varieties

Bill Smooth says:

<<There's red in them-there irises!  How about that rust color in the
veining! Also there is an ivory (white) variety.  Just think of the
possibilities if there was as much red pigment in TBs!  I'm counting on you
for the first pink (white x red) pseudacorus variety!  Now blue may be a
challenge of a different color . .>>

Drood ruck!  (<:)

Robert Turley
LaBelle, FL

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