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Re: [SPAM] Re: Imaginarium - Is there a phrase for receding hair line on beard??

  • Subject: Re: [SPAM] Re: Imaginarium - Is there a phrase for receding hair line on beard??
  • From: "Linda Smith" <irisgrower@cableone.net>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 04:41:27 -0700


Imaginarium is much older.  It  is heavily laced-I just don't know why the semi-horn is not mentioned in description. The little white appendage is attached to the fall. It does not lift at all like on yours in the pix.  So is there a name for that?? The hairs just don't grow on the end of the beard.

It's like it is just has a receding hair line. 

  And the standards on mine don't have any of the orange buff they talk about in April Jewel.  And mine doesn't seem to have any fragrance

But just looking at a pix they do look alike.  I thought maybe they had some of the same parentage, but don't see it at this quick glance.  


(Larry Lauer, R. 1999), Sdlg. 443-5. TB, 34" (86 cm), M
"S. venetian pink, edged orange buff; style arms orange buff; F. orange buff with slight pink cast, yellow ochre shoulders; beards red tangerine, small horn; ruffled, lightly laced; pronounced sweet fragrance. 91-221: (Orange Treat x L88-56-1: (Chickasaw Sue x Role Model)) X Pagan Pink. Lauer's Flowers 2000 "


(Duane Meek by Roris Gardens, R. 1993), Sdlg. 147-9-9. TB, 38" (97 cm), ML
"S. clear light pink; F. white with coral pink shoulders, and medium pink edge suffusing into petal; beards tangerine red; ruffled, laced. 262-8-7: (Blond Goddess x Chanteuse) X Highness. Roris 1993 HM 1995"
-------Original Message-------
Date: 04/19/07 00:22:45
Subject: [SPAM] Re: [iris-photos] Imaginarium - What's the funny thing at end of beard

Thank you Linda.  People are saying April Jewel and they are probably correct.  A small horn, but a definite one.
Jan in Chatsworth

Linda Smith <irisgrower@cableone.net> wrote:
Does anyone know if when you have the extensions on beard like this iris --if it's sort of just didn't make it to space age category?

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