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Re: Neomarica

My Neomarica opened it's first bloom today, and looks pretty much identical
to Sterling's photos.  The tag that came with it calls it "Neomarica
Northiana - North's False Flag."  I've been growing mine indoors also, have
had it for about 6 months.

I'd never seen one bloom before, so did an up-close look...there are what
appear to be tiny hairs covering just the rust-colored area on the falls,
and the rust-colored edges of the standards.  And mine has a strong
rose-like fragrance, though the blossom is so small you do have to be fairly
close to smell it.  It looks quite delicate, and lovely.

Kathryn Ludwick, Burlington, WV
AIS Region 4 - HIPS - RIS
(nestled in the foothills of the Alleghenies)

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