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RE: striking iris


Joseph's Coat is MTB, not MDB.  It is striking with the irregular yellow
patches.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	amsoper@juno.com [SMTP:amsoper@juno.com]
		Sent:	Tuesday, September 23, 1997 10:10 PM
		To:	Mark, Maureen; Multiple recipients of list
		Subject:	striking iris



		TALL BEARDED
		   Persian Berry
		   Mystique
		   Exotic Star
		   Chocolate Royal
		   ( So I can't count)

		MINITURE TALL BEARDED
		   New Idea (yes it is finally in bloom now)
		   Blessed Again (dosen't quit blooming)

		BORDER BEARDED
		     Batik
		     Shenanigan
		     
		ARILBRED
		   Babylonian Fires
		   Hot Ice
		   Kyber Pass

		STANDARD DWARF BEARDED
		   Dark Vader
		   Hot
		   Quietly

		MINIATURE DWARF BEARDED
		    Lollipop
		    Joseph's Coat

		SIBERIAN
		    Swank
		    Steve
		    King of Kings

		It was hard to leave out Little Much, Stop the Music,
Nortic Seas,
		Babling Brook, and Saphire Hills all of which stop
trafic for a different
		reason.
		Little much for it's size, Stop the Music for its color,
Nortic Seas and
		Babling Brook for the overall display, and Shphire Hills
for the shade of
		blue. 

		Truthfully  the best Siberian I have seen is a very dark
purple/blue self
		rouge they sell in the local nuseries that grows like a
weed, but that
		does not help you much. 





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