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Re: Red Iris

Mike Sutton wrote:

> ... We have been attempting to get red iris through the oranges and
> this is what has happened so far.  Does this look like it has true red
> in it to you all?  ...
> Not really, but I can really see what you're getting to.  The photo
> has some shading that strongly suggests red though and I'm sure lots
> of people would give you the benefit of the doubt.  Eight buds would
> be nice, then I would get six here.
> Also, I think D.K. Williamson is a good guess, but a photo of the
> whole plant would be the absolute giveaway.  Chuck has described it
> well.
> Regards,
> Sandy Ives (just back from Dallas)

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