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Re: Claret Cup

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Claret Cup
  • From: Gerry Snyder <gerrysnyder@mediaone.net>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2001 07:52:28 -0700

Sandra Barss wrote:
> Claret Cup - Iris Versicolor
> Fast Increaser

Beautiful, Sandra.

I immediately thought, "That looks like I. versicolor." Of course, a lot
nicer than the plain species clone I grow (which is still very nice).

BTW, are you familiar with and do you grow the I. versicolor John Wood?
It was very popular at the spring national. Hybridized (or selected, not
sure) by the late irisarian of the same name, introduced by and
available from Ev Lineberger. As I remember, it is a little lighter than
CC, with rounder flatter falls.

Thank you for the picture (and all the others, too).

Gerry Snyder, AIS Symposium Chair, Region 15 RVP
Member San Fernando Valley, Southern California Iris Societies
in warm, winterless Los Angeles--USDA 9b-ish, Sunset 18-19
my work: helping generate data for: http://galileo.jpl.nasa.gov/


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