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Re: First Juno
  • Subject: Re: First Juno
  • From: "d7432da" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Sat, 01 May 2010 01:59:25 -0000



Your photos are great. Wonderful details. I'm just gonna have to try a juno here in Texas and see how it does. Chuck was encouraging.

I sent something on this earlier, so if there's a sort of duplicate post...sorry.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Brock Heilman" <brockheilman@...> wrote:
> I acquired this one from plants donated by Jill Copeland to the Southwest Michigan Iris Society auction last year. It's the first Juno I've ever seen in person. I didn't expect it to have crests, but I did expect those neat standards to point down like they do. It's done very well its first year, but I'm curious how it will perform over time.
> Brock Heilman
> American Iris Society
> My Photobucket Gallery

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      • From: "Brock Heilman" <brockheilman@aol.com>

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