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  • Subject: PHOTO: The true BLUMOHR
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 16:38:10 EDT

    What you posted a picture of is not Blumohr (Walter Marx).. I first bought it from Marx in 1958, (does that make me historical...or just plain hysterical?), and I still grow it.  It is one of those oncobreds (1/2 oncocyclus blood and 1/2 TB blood, making it 1/4 or OGB-) that is limitedly fertile, as were most of the "mohr" varieties that came from the iris William Mohr.  I enclose a photo of it below.

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