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[PHOTO] I.D. for Siberian Iris

Attached is photo of a Siberian iris from last year in my garden.  Alas it
has lost its name tag, but it is a larger and healthy clump this year.
Could this be SHAKER'S PRAYER? If not, it must be one from a list of about
thirty of the first Siberians that I attempted to grow.  This was the lone
survivor from a vole attack about 3 years ago.

-Donald Mosser
dmosser@sprintmail.com or dmosser@bigfoot.com

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