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Re: One more for today.

Could it be an MDB maybe?
"Grapelet" blooms early and looks a little like your photos but not if 
its a lot darker...
(btw, your 2 photos look identical....?)

John Nettles wrote:

>This little fellow was a STRANGER in my front  yard by an Azalea bush last 
>Spring. It was so warm that year that it bloomed at about the same time the 
>Azaleas did. It was really small, so O.C.dug it up and moved it to a new bed 
>and treated it well. It rewarded him THIS year by blooming again. Seems all 
>my Iris that have bloomed so far this year have been very difficult to 
>photograph.( the proper word O.C. guesses if CHALLENGING) The little Iris is 
>either a deep dark burgundy or a reddish black. It sits almost right on top 
>of the ground and is very small. One picture was "edited" to lighten it a 
>LOT, the other was made with a fill flash and then lightened.  Since I 
>didn't plant it,
>O.C. doesn't know it's name . Looks like the SDB Bantam. Could it be ? If 
>not, do you knows it's name..???
>That Funny and VERY Friendly Old Coot, named John, REALLY enjoying Spring
>with all of God's pretty Flowers........and TODAY glowing with pride at the 
>new ones blooming in HIS yard.
>Yahoo! Groups Links
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