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HIST swedish iris not cyanea

From: ohrstrom@algonet.se (henrik ohrstrom)

Hi Anner and Mike,

I looked at CYANEA among theUnknowns.

It is very similar to mine, especially now,  when the flowers are thinner 
than in May - June.
Maybe the colour of mine is a little bit more saturated, deep violet but it 
is difficult to know for sure with photographs.

But, my  iris does not have a strong lemon fragrance, it does not smell 
And it has no yellow colour whatsoever such as Cyanea has under the beard in 
the picture.
The beard and the stripes are very similar but all white.

Now I am very curious about Lieutenant de Chavagnac.

Greetings, Maj

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