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Re: Re: Re: Allbicans ? Florentina?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re: Re: Allbicans ? Florentina?
  • From: oneofcultivars@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 10:54:24 EST

In a message dated 4/1/2004 1:01:43 AM Central Standard Time, manzano57@msn.com writes:

It was members of this group that helped to straighten me out on what 'Albicans' and 'Florentina' really are.

Irrespective of how many times an issue gets addressed new information surfaces. Knowledge acquisition is neither static or finite, particularly for slow Southerners who often acquire such through rote memorization and envision their knowledge base as having been increased exponentially when sharing such as yours occurs.

Your contrasting of the two irises was of epic value given the oft encountered confusion. In the "picture" you presented you managed to capture detail and nuances using realistic tints and calling attention to them in a way that leaves little doubt a person seeking to differentiate between them can.

Prechate it. (the above words paraphrased in Southern)
Bill Burleson

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