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Linda Mann wrote:

>  I haven't run across ROSY WINGS in any of the pedigrees that I've chas=
>  down.  Does anybody know of offspring from this iris?  It was a Dykes
>  medallist, so it seems like there ought to be some around.  Is it
>  relatively infertile or? =

It's a VIP -- Very Important
Parent -- but you have to go
back quite a few generations
to spot it now.  My relatively
small database has over 60
of its descendants, through 14
generations, because Percy
Brown used it in developing
his rebloomers.

Sharon McAllister

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