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SDB: Time to Shine -Paul Black 1998

  • Subject: SDB: Time to Shine -Paul Black 1998
  • From: "Linda Smith" <irisgrower@cableone.net>
  • Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2007 13:27:09 -0700

Don't know what to make of this.  It is blooming now. Several blooms and stalks.
I did move it after it bloomed in the Spring, why it's blooming again I don't know. Plus it has really multiplied.


    (Paul Black, R. 1998), Sdlg. B298AA. SDB, 14" (36 cm), L
    "S. and style arms medium blue violet; F. medium blue violet, darker diffused red violet spot around beard, white haft area veined red plum; beards light blue white at end changing to orange in throat; ruffled, upright S.; pronounced sweet fragrance. Tweety Bird X blue 91-321 sib: (87-149B, Unpretentious sib, x 86-382A: ((Oriental Blush x Gigglepot) x Stardate sib)). Mid-America 1998 "
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