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Rosalie Figge blooms violet for us with a white arc.  I saw a bloom at
the convention without a noticeable white arc - I like it better with
it.  Unfortunately no rebloom stalks for us and will unlikely to be any
this late in the season.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada 

		-----Original Message-----

		Right you are about the beauty of this cultivar.  I had
it bloom in July
		and August and now it is blooming again on some plants I
transplanted in
		July.  Many buds here also.  However I do not want to
"split hairs"
		about the color, but to me it seems dark violet or
purple.  Maybe it is
		our climate/soil differences.  I'll look for the white
arc around the
		violet tipped beards.

		Rick Tasco
		Superstition Iris Gardens
		Central California
		Zone 8

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