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Re: Historic NOID

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Historic NOID
  • From: "Laetitia" lmmunro@hotmail.com
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 22:11:07 -0400

INDIAN CHIEF has a fine netting effect on the standards. You can see it from the HIPS photo. Sometimes a semblance of a 'wire rim' of red on the stands too.It is 'red' but  DAUNTLESS is  more 'red'  than your iris . ALCAZAR is more purple.
 But I would not rule IC out.
A few things to watch for:
IC is very early. It has a pleasant but not strong scent.
It is relatively tall, with a large flower.
Stands are somewhat translucent, in that the light shows thru, and sometimes they show reddish,  copper, tannish, or even a hint of purple. Stands are not pure red.
Perhaps next year when it blooms again you can post more photos.

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