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Re: Re: Unknown Pink TB


Hi Jan,

I don't think it's either of the ones you mentioned.  The names don't ring a bell, and I probably purchased this one from a grower and never saw it bloom before, or got it from our club members.  

The colors are a clear white with pink on it.  The reason it looks bluish is from the cloud cover that I was waiting for in order to snap the photo!  :-)  It's not a peachy pink.

Funny you should mention "vanity".  I know it is NOT, but I thought at one time I had ordered it .....  I remember having ordered VALENTINE'S DAY, but I highly doubt that's what this is.  

Ode to partly cloudy days .....


Beautiful.  I have some irises in my garden named "Not ....." 

Is it really a blue pink, not a peach pink?  On my monitor the color is similar to Vanity; not the form however.

Try 'Bold As Love' TB 2003 as a possibility.  An older one is 'Adorable Diva'.

Good Luck,  Jan in Chatsworth

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