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Re: RE:BB Dexter

In a message dated 10/2/2007 9:19:22 P.M. Central Daylight Time, judye@msinter.net writes:
Dexter is a brownish tan BB where Decker is the mulberry color. Bobby
Thomason is in Oklahoma City.I don't think he has a web site or even does
email. Someone in OK City might be able to tell you more. I do have a
several of his iris. Decker has been known to rebloom in KS

Here is a picture of Decker which we grew for several years in MO but never had it rebloom.


    (Mitch Jameson, R. 1998), Sdlg. 1-92. TB, 36" (91 cm), EM & RE
    "S. white ground, heavily marked mulberry; style arms mulberry, gold and white; F. white, heavy mulberry border, edged deeper; beards gold and mulberry. Tennison Ridge X Colorwatch. Rockytop 2001 "
Rita Gormley
10606 Timber Ridge Street
Dubuque, IA 52001-8268
Cell phone - 314-606-9709
Phone - 563-513-0504

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