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  • Subject: Celeste
  • From: "Peggy Cox" <Oceanpeg1@msn.com>
  • Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 04:54:28 -0400

OOps. Wrong link.... Should be this one for the Celeste...... According to the info there, it was formerly known as TB noid 001 and introduced in 1858 by Lemon.  The Bishop Farmstead where the PPA is located and where these Iris grow dates back to the 1700's, so there's a possibility that these can be old, old variety/strains of the Iris...... Oceanpeg/Peggy in NJ

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