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Re: Green Iris

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Green Iris
  • From: Janet LaClair <moonkusser94@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 08:53:39 -0700 (PDT)

I would be interested in 'Organ Music' for my beds if we could do a pay for postage deal. 
I have been known to rescue plants from around homes that are scheduled for demolition not really knowing the perenial.  At least I would know this one.  And my next door neighbor plays the organ so I might have to share with them.
Let me know if we can strike a deal.
janet


bdavis3738@aol.com wrote:
ORGAN MUSIC                                                                                                         (Noyd, R. `64). N59-102-1. TB, 40", M-L, Y3.
"S yellow, Light green veins; F deep yellow serrated veined green, reverse green. Lucky Lady X My Darling. Noyd `64."
 
 
 
This is a so called "green " iris from the 60's that I grow here in Champaign, Illinois.  As Harold said, the greens tend to be actually yellows but with a greenish tint to them. You can see this a little in this picture. I noticed that up close the iris tended to look yellow while from afar it had a definite greenish color to it.  The underside of the falls are greener than the top side of the falls. Unfortunately you don't normally see that side.
 
It's an interesting iris but not interesting enough. It is on my kaboom list for later in the summer. If anyone is interested just let me know.
 
Brian Davis
Champaign, Illinois



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