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Re: seedling


Looks to me like it could be as unique and desirable as Estatic Echo. 
It's got a similar attractive band on the falls but different color 
combo.  I'll look forward to seeing a better photo of it in May.


--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Sutton" <suttons@l...> 
> been hesitant to send this out.  it's a really bad picture with the 
shadows and light but you can kind of get the idea of the flower.  I 
remember it being more khaki colored on the rim like the lower right 
side of the picture.  stops you in it's tracks when you first see it, 
in fact I think we gave it the seedling name of "wow" because that is 
what both George and I said when we first saw it.  the wow was 
quickly followed by "...I think" still don't know what to make of it 
I guess we will have to see it again this spring to decide.
> Eagle Control X Bye Bye Blackbird.
> Mike


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