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Re: Black and white iris

From: Barney Lou Hillyard <unicorn@dynasty.net>

Mike Sutton wrote:
> From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>
> Hi,
> Just got Joe Ghio's catalog in the mail and was surprised by the cover
> flower.  A black and white ameona.  Yes, really black and really white
> according to the picture.  Here it is, it's named Starring
> Mike
that is lovely 

Barney Lou In western Kentucky

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