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Re: TB:China Pink

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: TB:China Pink
  • From: alhbee@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 07 Jul 2001 20:09:14 -0000
  • Content-Length: 735

--- In iris-photos@y..., "laetitia munro" <lmmunro@h...> wrote:
> This is CHINA PINK (Sutton 96). It has the most incredible, almost 
> huge creamy pink flowers (Thanks Sutton..if you're reading).
> Not only that, it's as fertile as a bunny rabbit.
> See the second photo. One day there were flowers, and almost 
overnight, all 
> these little 'watermelons'.
> Just bee pollinated stuff, but thats OK with me.
> Laetitia
> _________________________________________________________________
My goodness Laetitia, what are you feeding the iris and air mail me 
some immediately. That is more beepods than I have seen in three 

Al B. 


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