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Re: Double iris(ugh)

John Montgomery wrote:
> At 04:44 AM 97-10-03 -0600, Carolyn Schaffner wrote:
> >
> >On what-do-you-call-the- apendages
> >I'm not sure how an iris will eventually become "double" if the decoration
> >is on these area of the bloom.
> >
> =======================================================
> Oh no! Please, no, no, no.
> The idea of a double iris makes me feel ill.
> Put them through the shredder and into the compost pile.
> John Montgomery
> monashee@bcgrizzly.com
> Vernon  BC  Zone 5

I agree with John.  It's sort of like gilding the lily (you should
pardon the expression).
Rima  terra@catskill.net
upstate ny   zone 4

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