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Re: RE:Plicatas & Luminatas

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "grower" <grower@q...> wrote:
> Here is Keith Keppel's description of what a plicata is.
> Cindy Rivera
> Los Lunas, NM 

Hi Cindy,

Thanks for the refresher course.  I enjoyed Keith's easy going 
presentation of these two interesting topics.

It looks like my iris is indeed a plic.  It's most evident before the 
flower opens as the veining is more apparent on the under side of the 
falls.  It then soon after becomes a ghost plic.

I may have to ask my friend for a start back now that I find this 
iris more intriguing ;-)  I decided to give the clump away because of 
its poor manners, it didn't like sharing garden space with some of 
the less vigorous growers. 



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