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Iris Colorado 2010 Introductions ( 1 of 3 )
  • Subject: Iris Colorado 2010 Introductions ( 1 of 3 )
  • From: "Lowell Baumunk" <LBaumunk@iriscolorado.com>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2010 17:14:04 -0700


Dear Iris Friends,
Iris Colorado will be making eight introductions this year, five tall bearded, one miniature and two arilbreds.  This is the first of three preview e-mails.  These three tall bearded irises are all from my plicata lines.  One is a luminata, one a glaciata and one a luminata-plicata.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and will consider growing the irises.  In a few days you will receive a notice that the Iris Colorado Website for 2010 has been posted.
Lowell Baumunk
First Picture:  'El Greco' (County of Kent X High Master)  A brilliant luminata.
2:  'If Not For You'  (High Priestess X Silk Brocade)  A vigorous pink glaciata with modern form.
3.  'Moonglow'  (Sunnyside Delight X Charleston)   Distinctive lacy lumi-plic.

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