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Re: Walmart iris-prissy miss

Your iris looks like RASPBERRY BLUSH which is an IB. There are lots 
of RB pictures on the web that you can look at if you search for it 
on google.
I got an iris in a gallon container from Walmart that apparently is 
RB, but wasn't even labelled 'iris'.
I also think its a really nice one, good pink color, and hardy like a 
Has anyone noticed one thing about Mart iris: They may or may not 
look like the package, but one thing for sure: they're always very 
tough  and they put off a goodly number of increase. 
That's been my experience anyhow.

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, cseggen@a... wrote:
> This is what I got labeled as Prissy Miss from Walmart.  I was told 
it was not correct-----but I like her anyway.  She is short.
> Hope I resized the picture okay.  I have forgotten what size it is 
supposed to be to post here for quick viewing.


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