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identity question

I joined this list a few weeks ago hoping I'd see pictures of the 
irises I'm trying to identify.  That hasn't happened, but I've seen 
scores of iris I've added to my wish list. :) I've given up hoping 
that by chance I'll see them so I'm asking for help.  

Back in the late 70's I purchased a set of 5 iris from Jackson & 
Perkins.  It includes a light blue, a russet, a cherry, a 
yellow/lavender (not EdithW) and a dark purple. I can't post 
pictures, as I don't have a digital camera.   Does anyone know which 
iris supplier raised the iris for J&P?  J&P doesn't!  Did anyone 
else start out their iris garden with this set?  (lol - that's a 
long shot.)  

Any help would be appreciated.  


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