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[PHOTO] Re: Chimera Revisited

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] Chimera Revisited
  • From: Kitty Johnston kitty@ojai.net
  • Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2003 13:50:46 -0700

Guess I like the flowers the way I like my friends:  a bit off.  This is very interesting.  Lucky you.

Randy Squires wrote:

 The 2001 crosses are beginning to bloom,Thought I'd share this seedling.Altered States X (Point Made x Batik)A chimera is an organism
containing genetically different tissues
formed by mutation. Randy Squires, z10North Hills, California  

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Kitty Johnston
Ojai, CA
Zone 8/9

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