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Re: BC SA seedling


I think it's a great broken color iris with very cool appendages, the
standards aren't THAT bad.  No... I'm not really shouting, just trying
to get my point across.  

Perhaps you could self it and see what you get.

> Mike Sutton wrote:
> This is a fun one.  Don't like the open standards but it sure catches
> the eye in the garden.  Border beard at 24 inches with appropriate
> foliage and flower size.  7 buds.
> Mike
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