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Re: RE: Historic Identification Request

John , 

If you are refering to the historic RAMSESES , SASS 29 , you may have a
mislabeled variety.  Ramseses does not look anything like the photo
Patrick posted . I'd still love to know what Patrick is growing though ,
I'd order myself a rhizome ASAP if I did.

Chris Darlington
Blainville Quebec 5b ( for Rosalie )  Where the tulips  have just broken
ground and the irises are deciding that now is a good time to consider
producing foilage.  Bloom in June .

> John Soper wrote:
> I have had an iris whish is a little darker in color but muck the same
> It was called "Ramasy" (bad spelling the Egypt king)

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