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K-Mart Iris ID

    I think I've ID'ed my wonderfull K-Mart Yellow Iris, maybe not by a
fancy name, but after reading everything I could find in my Garden
books, and also in the Iris City catalog, I do belive that this Iris is
of the older 'Garden' type in the beardless dryland type. BTW, it is
still blooming with new flowers and new buds everyday. I've got it out
among my glad's and the two offset each other nicely. When the Glads
are done, I'll move the pot over next to my Dahlias.

Dahliaman in Hawaii.

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