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Re: Lindi's First Iris

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Lindi's First Iris
  • From: "colorado_2_21_64" <hobbs6346@msn.com>
  • Date: Sun, 02 Jun 2002 21:57:21 -0000

LoL, poor William!  Thanks Harold.  I'll just call it a purple 
plicata then.  I'm so excited.  I grew something and it didn't keel 
over in the first week!  
Take care ~ Lindi

<< I would suggest "Lindi's Blue Plicata" or any other garden name 
you like.  There are literally hundreds of  similar plicatas. 
Indentifying plicatas is tough. As long as you don't sell it, call it 
any name that pleases you. My first iris I called Jenni's Purple 
because my oldest daughter likes purple.  I enjoyed the iris up until 
the day I found that the real name was "William A. Setchell". I 
haven't liked it since.  Harold >>

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