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> Looks similar to Huckleberry Fudge by John Gibson-97'<

> How about RASPBERRY FUDGE (Keppel '89)? < 
> Could it be SPRECKLES , an older Schreiners iris ?<

   I dont have eny katalogs and can find this in net. You know some website to check? 

> It would be very useful in trying to identify the unknown iris if we had
whatever information is available on how old the iris may be. That could
narrow the potential candidates significantly.<

This is not very old iris, years 80-90 I mean, height about 24, 25"
Szukasz wiedzy? 85 tysiecy uaktualnianych ciagle hasel.
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