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Re: to be or not to be


Of course you can see a lot more than we can on our monitors. However I would not recommend introduction because of the haft veining. There were several earlier blue amoena "to be or not to be" photos that I thought were much better.
 
I did receive your catalog today.   
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2000 8:13 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] to be or not to be

Need some help.  I really like the color and form of this flower.  The branching is tight.  Buds are adequate to good.  What do you all think of it?  Should it be intro'd or not?
Thanks
Mike
  








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