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Re: Wow!

--- In iris-photos@y..., "Mike Sutton" <suttons@l...> wrote:
> Came to work this morning and George was smiling holding this 
flower.  Very similar in size and form to Yaquina Blue but wider and 
a little nicer formed, oh, and it reblooms :-)  Strong spicy 
fragrance. Wide, falls that overlap at the shoulders, good increaser 
nice fat stalks with 8 buds perfectly placed.  One of those flowers 
that grabs your attention.
> (Winds Of Change X Feedback) X Yaquina Blue
> Hope you like it as much as I do
> Mike
Just now saw this and Yep! it's a WOW!
Jo Loftis

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