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Re: Proposed Experiment

>I'd like to suggest crossing MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION (or any of my other
>signal-bearing quarterbreds) onto pink-ground bicolors.   That's the color
>pattern than has given me the highest percentage of signals in my crosses
>quarterbreds.  Sharon McAllister

Will MAG. OBS. grow here in east Tennessee?  Come to think of it, will any
pink-ground bicolor tall bearded iris grow here?  Pink iris in general don't
do very well in our climate and soils.

What does MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION look like?

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com USA

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