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Re: 48C MTB 's

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Re: 48C MTB 's
  • From: Vicki Craig <vicki_c@comcast.net>
  • Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 14:51:09 -0700

These are all MTB size and very petite.  The pink blooms are  3"w X 1/12 
" high. All four fall well within the overal requirements for the MTB 
class and yes, all are 48C. Working with these 48C iris gives us a 
fabulous range of colors.
More and more hybridizers are starting to expand their programs with 
these aphylla based iris.
Anyone interested in learning more about them is most welcome to contact me.

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