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Re: TB: unknown near black

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: TB: unknown near black
  • From: land_of_mu@yahoo.com
  • Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 02:14:10 -0000

Hi Christy-

Luckily I don't have modern tastes, and I think it is really gorgeous!  
=)  I love those bright clear colors and the wire-rim around the falls 
is a nice detail.  If you ever dig it up to divide please keep me in 
mind.  I would love to add that to my garden.  It would be interesting 
to cross it with my old PICADOR and see what kind of kids it has.

Mike U.
In Oly Wa, where it's getting hot.

--- In iris-photos@y..., "Hensler" <hensler@p...> wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> The one in the background is one of my seedlings from years ago. Have no idea what the parents are (All of them were freebies and I never did manage to identify them). The form is too tailored for modern tastes and the substance is a bit thin, but it has the most interesting iridescent sheen on the falls.
> I've recently started using it in crosses primarily because of the foliage. It's one of the few that hasn't had any problems with our wild weather this year. 
> Christy
> Newport, WA
> http://www.povn.com/rock/
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: <land_of_mu@y...>
> > I don't know what your black one is, but I'd sure like to know what 
> > that yellow/rose bicolor in the background of that pic is.  Does it 
> > have a name?
> > 
> > thanks
> > Mike U.


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