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1094-D ( Queen in Calico x Sky Hooks )  I've been holding onto this for a long time to use as a breeding Iris....The stalks are strong and it has always done very well in the growth dept....It passes along strong Orange style arms to its children along with variations of pink....Have crossed it to the 1901-2K and 1901-2N clones just posted, which bloomed for the first time this year. My ultimate goal:   Pink ground Luminata with orange style arms, tangerine beards and horns......Paul
1094-D  Standards and beard

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