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Re: My bad

I can't be positive but I think the Iris you have a picture of
might be Crimson King I know they are blooming in my neighborhood now
and I live North of you in Central Calif.


--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, T Toney <angorabuns@...> wrote:
> I guess I did the same thing with the size of
> my photos.
> This is what happends when I get excited about
> a bloom.
> Again I am so sorry about the size. I will make smaller
> the next time I post.
> Just a matter of playing with the photos.
> Because I am going to need help with trying to find
> names of things that where given to me.
> I would really like to try to keep some order to my
> Iris.
> May I be beaten with a Iris stalk.
> Terry

  • References:
    • My bad
      • From: T Toney <angorabuns@yahoo.com>

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