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Re: japanese iris

From: DWiris@aol.com

Dear John:

AKEBONO is listed in the 1997 Cumulative Check List of Japanese Iris as
	[Daybreak] Reg. 1994 by SJI.  (36 in. 91 cm)  EM  (6-F).  Pink, darker at
edge; 	white styles, pink crests.  Unknown hybridizer.  Introduced prior to

Apparently someone imported it from Japan and sold it, but it was never
registered until The Society for Japanese Irises had a campaign to register
all Japanese irises currently being sold.  Clarence Mahan of McLean, Virginia,
spearheaded this effort during the early 1990s.  Enjoy it!

Dorothy Willott

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