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Re: Help Please

Hi Mike,

Your iris reminds me of a furry earth colored moth that we had on our
side door screen all last summer. The beards are fabulous !!!  It's VERY
unusual , how about calling it Bayberry Moth or Bayberry Butterfly ;-)

I don't like the saturated lime standards but I'd consider introducing
it because there's people out there, like myself, that like different
stuff in the garden.  

I grow Bayberry and crossed it to Thornbird so ya might see some
similar  muddies coming out of the North. What's the parentage of your


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