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[PHOTO] Help does Dark Blizzard through

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Help does Dark Blizzard through
  • From: "Mike & Kelley Badgerow" <rwk10@frontiernet.net>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 22:57:14 -0500

a little toned standard, off it's norm?
This is the only Iris I order or received this one could possibly be it seems to be a late season IB, didn't smell much fragrance to him. The rest of my Irises in this class all bloomed, only ones that didn't this first year in my soil where some of the SDB or MDBs.
He has a brilliant blue beard and other then the standard he matches the Dark Blizzard description. Just wondering if this could be him..since some chocolate or tans are purple here and pinks are much softer then they could be?

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