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RE: Polytepalism


Last weekend I was visiting Cal Dixie Iris garden and there was a very
interesting display of FULL HOUSE.  Most of the blooms had five
standards and falls.  One even had six of each.  It was a very
interesting sight.
Shirlee Lewis
Southern California Iris Society
Secretrary
shirlee.e.lewis@kp.org
FAX  562-461-4217
VOICE 562-461-4912
zone 9, Anaheim California






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