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Re: iris lingo

Carolyn: Re your query about the prominences that abound on the end of the
beards of space age iris.  The only ones that I have seen that really took my
fancy were ruffled spoon-shaped additions. They were on two iris that I saw
at my very first AIS convention in '74 at Roanoke. The irises were hybridized
by Lloyd Zurbrigg and were named MISS VENUS & MISS JUPITER.  To put it rather
crudely, I don't like horny iris.

Regards Doc Dave

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