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Re: B60-1 : Helmohr OB- X Stripped Butterfly OB--

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: B60-1 : Helmohr OB- X Stripped Butterfly OB--
  • From: "donald" donald@eastland.net
  • Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 02:17:14 -0000

Never mind, Roberto,

I see from the photo that it is Elmohr, not Helmohr :).  I like your 
stuff a lot.  I like the way they look and I like what they are.  This 
one sure favored STRIPED BUTTERFLY.  It's interesting that Elmohr was 
the pod parent.  Were there many siblings?  If there were, did they 
resemble the pod parent as closely as this one?  I'm not surprised it 
hasn't been too fertile.  Maybe one of these days it will set a pod.


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