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Re: SA Seedling at convention

I am sorry Mike, I really don't remember.  This was my first convention and I saw so many irises that unless I took notes mentioning such, I probably couldn't tell you.  My brain was so fried (as was my body - being up at 4:30 and not getting to bed until 10:00 or 11:00 nightly). 
You are right, it does look very similar to Mystic Lover.  I never noticed that before until you mentioned it.   I pulled out your catalog and have it here comparing the pictures.  Isn't that funny that two very similar flowers debut around the same time? 
Speaking of cameras, how is yours working out for you?  I saw the seedling you posted.  Did you take that with your digital?  If you did, then I would have to say you are one quick study. 
Phoenix, AZ USA
Zone 9
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2000 8:55 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] SA Seedling at convention

Hi Patrick,
Can you remember if this SA seedling is narrow at the shoulders?  It looks like great color but a little thin at the shoulders.  Is that just my perception from the picture?  Looks really similar to one we intro'd this year, Mystic Lover, same color but it is a little narrow too. Awesome picture, you sure have a handle on your camera!
Porterville, CA USA, USDA zone 8

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