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Re: I. stolonifera

From: Kenneth Walker <kenww@pacbell.net>

That's stunning! It is much darker than the I. stolonifera that I have.
I took a lot of pictures of mine this spring but none of them captured
the amazing flourecent-blue beards. If it blooms again, I'll try some

Ken Walker
Concord, CA

Rodney Barton wrote:

> From: Rodney Barton <rbarton@hscgw1.hsc.unt.edu>
> All,
> Sorry to tease you with this, but I think I've solved the file type
> problem.  Here's I. stolonifera one more time.
> Rodney

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