Laetitia, Beaux Arts looks right to me. It is from
Plough '68. S. between phlox pink and mallow purple. Falls lighter, hafts
buttercup yellow. I grew it for a few years. It's very
pretty, but it didn't do very well here in the heat, and its substance was
very poor. I no longer have it .
Francelle Edwards Glendale AZ Zone 9 where we
are having heavy frosts every night. It is the chill the irises need, but
it's not good for the buds on the rebloomers.
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Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2001 10:28
Subject: [iris-photos] More Iris possible
OK, only a few more to go tonight. Then I'll stop for a
As I mentioned before, I am trying to find out if these
iris pictures are
possibly what they are named. If you grow or know any of
these, please let
It is greatly
1. Beauty Crown (1973) - does NOT
match the AIS description
2. Beaux Arts - haven't a clue
Story - seems to match description
4. Beyond (Gibson 1978) - this is
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