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Re: I. Foetidissima

Thanks for the subtle spell check :-)  Cy Bartlett in Great Britain sends us
his seedlings to introduce here.  He has been working with I. Foetidissima
for quite a while now.  This particular seedling is at least a decade old.
(I think?)

----- Original Message -----

> That's a really nice change for foetidissima.  Where did you get that?
> Most are shades of brown/yellow/cream/tan.  Although I've heard of
> blue/purples before, I've never actually seen them.  I have some year old
> seedlings of blue foetidissimas which the seeds originated from New
> Zealand, but they won't bloom for at least another year or two.

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