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Re: Digest Number 89

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

>This is a photo of Toasted Watermelon for Donald Eaves.  He is trying to 
>verify that the TB he received as this variety really is.  This is a photo 
>taken during the 1998 convention at Lowell Baumunk's.
>Linda Doffek

>Wow! what a gorgeous color. I can't believe that's  really the true color? 
>I must have that Iris!!!Thanks for sharing the photo.

Donald and Linda, Mine was more the colour of, between toasted Canteloupe, 
and, say, peanut butter. Probably faded because of the heat. Certainly no 
burgundy or brown. I occassionally mixed it up with a faded LADY FRIEND.

Dennis K,
Your DARKSIDE is definitely NOT! Darkside in shown in Graeme Grosvenor's 
book, next to Dusky Challenger, and is much the same colour, beards and all. 
I rather hope my DARKSIDE turns out like yours though.
Thanks for all the wonderful photo's lately Dennis, and others. A real 
treat, when bloom season is so far off.
Cheers, Jan

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