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Re: help identify please

From: "Edmund L. Castillo" <castillo@pipeline.com>

At 08:01 PM 9/1/1998 -0700, you wrote:
>From: Denise Stewart <stewartd@proaxis.com>
> I thought I had all my iris charted...and ...tonight  have found three
>that I have the names but no hybridizer, year of intro, or color!  
>Debby Raidon
>Out Yonder...

Denise:  My wife, Glenna, who is the irisarian in the family, has looked
them up for you.  Debby' last name is Rairdon, not Raidon.  Tall bearded,
36", medium late, yellow amoena, Kuntz 65, Dykes Medal 71.  Out Yonder is a
TB 36", medium bloomer, blue bitone, G. Wickersham 69.  Riddle is an
intermediate bearded rebloomer, 20", early to medium bloomer, blue amoena,
Keppel 92.

Edmund L. Castillo in Loudoun Co., VA

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