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AZ AP is the best performing iris I've grown. It produces more
flowers and blooms longer than any other iris, here. It begins
blooming with the SDBs and ends blooming with the TBs
It's about 14" - 16" tall, sky blue flowers, and it increases 
as rapidly as any iris I've tried. It's an IB bred by Ensminger 
near Omaha, Nebraska, introduced 1980.

Dan Mason   zone 3, NW ON, Canada


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