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Wow , nice appendages !  This looks like a very large flower.  

I remember a few years ago as a beginner searching the web to try to
identify some historic TBs that I inherited from my Grand Mother and the
first site I stumbled upon the Sutton site .  When I looked at some of
the seedlings I wondered what the heck these strange looking things were
!  This was my first exposure to these incredible Space Age irises but
definitely not my last.

Thanks for sharing 

Chris Darlington 
Blainville Quebec

> Here is a shot of seedling Black F185AA.  Space age iris are a difficult
> subject to photograph.  It is from my Lookout Point and will be
> introduced in 2002.  I have shot quite a few pictures of it and never
> got one I liked.  Ken Coleman took this picture that I like very much.
> The usual technique of shooting straight into the beard and fall doesn't
> work with a lot of the space agers.
> Paul Black
> Zone 8  Salem, Oregon
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