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So is it Peacock's Eye or Romeo?

  • Subject: [iris-photos] So is it Peacock's Eye or Romeo?
  • From: Sheri Arevalo bluejiris@yahoo.com
  • Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 06:22:10 -0700 (PDT)

I hate to bring this up again since I saw in June 8th we all seem to have the same photo of Peacock's Eye (from the same source?), but I too, have an identical Romeo (as did Chuck Bunnell).  Don't you think, though that the description matches Romeo more than it matches Peacock's Eye?
Romeo: S.citron yellow F.mauve & rich reddish-violet w/ throat striped maroon on white
Peacock's Eye: S.apricot; F.lavender with apricot rim
Sheri Arevalo
Alliance, NE
zone 4
ROMEO:                                                        PEACOCK'S EYE:


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