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Re: BB:Cranapple

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: BB:Cranapple
  • From: land_of_mu@yahoo.com
  • Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 02:28:38 -0000

Laetitia -

Both CRANAPPLE and RED ROOSTER resemble my unknown burgundy.  Do you 
have another shot of RR from a different angle by chance?  Is the beard 
a deep rust color?  And base of the standards flushed with gold on 
CRANAPPLE or is that where the purple flush is?  I'm also going to look 
at other reds from those hybridizers.

THE RED DOUGLAS is really pretty, but not the same on alot of points.  
Same with HADES, Which I love!  

Thanks for you input and your great pics!  =)


--- In iris-photos@y..., "laetitia munro" <lmmunro@h...> wrote:
> Here is CRANAPPLE (Aitken 95). It is smaller than the other reds I posted; 
> and has a distinct purple underglow. Sorry this picture is not a quality 
> shot, but its all I have of this cultivar right now.
> Laetitia


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