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[PHOTO] PHOTOS: Earl of Essex

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] PHOTOS: Earl of Essex
  • From: alhbee@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2001 21:07:42 EDT

This is not my iris. I have Earl of Essex, buttttt. This and Immortality were at a friend commercial greenhouse. He said "there's two iris reblooming". Me, "I know I have them". He: 'Take them home so your wife can cut them". I said "OK, I'll return them". But the plot thickens as there are 4 seed pods on Immortality. I don't remember crossing Immortality 4 times with SL.  I'll take them back and wait until the pods mature.  I'll then repot the iris as I said I would, I just hadn't figured on the seed pods.

Al B.
Z7 No. Va.
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