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Re: ID for this one...anyone recognize it?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] ID for this one...anyone recognize it?
  • From: dawnsharon2001 dawnsharon2001@nyc.rr.com
  • Date: Sat, 27 May 2006 22:15:42 -0400

If that isn't Loreley, I sure want to know what it is!   My photos of  one local clump aren't online yet.

Is there any other iris, broken color or not, that has the fall *pattern* on the standards? 

Could there be a relationship between the standards' being unusually open and their picking up some of the fall pattern?

At 09:10 PM 5/27/2006, Anna wrote:
I have seen this one in lots of places, and never paid any attention to the name of it...now that I have clumps of it blooming I should find out who this baby is! The one pic shows the standards down with the heavy rain we have had.... some of the standards have markings on the inside, some do not...

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