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Re: SPEC: reticulata clumps

The reddish-purple one might be I. Reticulata "J.S.Dyt". Check out
VanBourgondien bulbs from last seasons catalog - they have a small
selection of reticulatas.

NJ, AIS Region19

--- In iris-photos@y..., Linda Mann <lmann@v...> wrote:
> Oops - try that again to the right list....
> Not a very good picture, but maybe worth sharing.  There are two
> different kinds - one clump of the early blue in the background & two
> clumps of the dark purple in the foreground.  Don't know the cultivars -
> they came as a mix.  I think this is their 3rd year?  I can check the
> archives if anybody really wants to know.
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

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