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Re: to be or not to be

I personally like the form and color myself.  Branching and budcount 
are important.  If the branching is too tight for a bench quality 
plant, it would make a GREAT addition to a breeding program.  

Best of luck in your venture.

--- In iris-photos@egroups.com, "Mike Sutton" <suttons@l...> wrote:
> 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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