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Re: New to Iris

Hi Debbie,

Welcome to the wonderful world of growing Iris.  I really like your old
unknown, it's beautiful.

To get an idea of some possible ID's, go to the Historic Iris
Preservation Society site and have a look though the photos.  You can
find the link on the AIS links page. Ya never know, you may find
something that looks similar or even identical.

Post more photos here if you have more to share.  


Debbie Nation wrote:
> Hi All, I am fairly new to growing iris and don't know much about
> them. I have gotten some from my sister and a couple of friends over
> the past few years and never knew the names of them. TxGimGim has sent
> me some and been a big help in my learning about them. The iris she
> posted about a few days ago is one that I got from a friend here in
> Odessa, Tx. and I shared some with Pearl.
> I have another that is realy puzzling me since I have no idea where it
> came from. Last year I walked out & there it was blooming in a bed
> that had only held purple iris that I had gotten from my sister. I
> sent her a picture of this one and asked her what it was and she said
> she had never had one like that. I'm attaching a photo that I took
> last year. Maybe one of you can help me put a name to it.
> Thanks,
> Debbie
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