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Re: Pixie

--- In iris-photos@y..., "Harold Peters" <harold@d...> wrote:
> Very nice. What is the source of supply?

     I recieved my Pixie from Potterton and Martin of the UK
    But I have seen it listed at a Dutch wholesaler this year, Hoog 
and Dix so I would not be surprised to see it at your better 
garden centers this fall. Following is the description from Hoog 
and Dix catalog.

'Pixie' ®* Raised by A.J. Kroon. A purple mutant from I. r. 
'Harmony'. Standards dark victoria-violet (CC 89c). Falls 
somewhat darker victoria-violet (CC 89a). Honeymark ivory-white 
(CC 155c) with darker victoria-violet (CC 89a) spots. Crest 
canary-yellow (CC 7a). Sweetly fragrant. Flowers 2 to 4, to 6 cm 
across. Ht. 10-12 cm. Flowering earlier than average.

Jim Murrain in Kansas City

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