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Joseph's Coat

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Joseph's Coat
  • From: alhbee@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 27 May 2006 19:07:23 EDT

I noticed the flowers of Joseph's Coat while helping my wife cut flowers for the house. And very quickly I said "no, you can't have any of those!" I've had J. C. for about 15 years and I  believe the first time it has deviated from the norm. I got it  for it's chimerical tendencies. Some flowers are brown and yellow or are blue and white. Several are mixed with 1/3 of the flower blue and white and the remaining 2/3 brown and yellow.   In two flowers, one of the standard are white and yellow. .

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