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Re: Seedlings


I always have trouble figuring out the order Outlook Express is going to post the photos in. The rose one with the long thin flounces is French Horn x About Town.
 
Colleen
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 8:19 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Seedlings

Here's some Space age seedlings on maiden bloom
 
F360-01 Holy Fire x Honey Scoop (absolutely huge blooms)
G03-01 Twice Thrilling x Momenteous Occasion
third seedling is French Horn x About Town
 
I hadn't relalised before this season that both Honey Scoop and Mom Occ appear to carry pink genes.
 
 
Colleen Modra
IMPRESSIVE IRISES
PO Box 169
CHARLESTON  SA 5244
 
ph 08 8389 4439
fax 08 8389 4490
 


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