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TB Desert Umber

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] TB Desert Umber
  • From: "andi rivarola" andinsky@hotmail.com
  • Date: Sun, 09 Jul 2006 08:52:49 -0700

It was clarified by the hybridizer (Pat Otterness) that what I posted as 
Motley Fool is in fact Desert Umber (Otterness, P. 2003) a child of MOON 
JOURNEY x AMETHYST DANCER. This picture was taken at Cooley's Gardens during 
the Portland AIS Convention.

Desert Umber is so much more fitting to this flower, isn't it? "Motley Fool" 
didn't really fit. I'm glad that at least she got credit in the garden for 
this beautiful iris, even though under a different name.

It seems that this particular iris was mislabeled in most gardens, except 
for Aitken's garden.

Thanks to Dana Brown for catching it too.

Valley Glen, CA z10b

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