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REB: Good Fairy (Byers R. 1988)

  • Subject: REB: Good Fairy (Byers R. 1988)
  • From: Cordesview <cordesview@m33access.com>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 12:45:55 -0400

Here's GOOD FAIRY.

Another Iris that did not bloom this spring, but bloomed this fall. I like how the hybridizer added in the description that in spring it has horns, but not in the fall. He must have had it in the test gardens a while just for "proofing".

Adam~

GOOD FAIRY
• (Monty Byers, R. 1988), Sdlg. C62-100. TB, 36" (91 cm), M & RE
• "S. creamy peach pink; F. paler flesh pink, deeper pink hafts; tangerine beard; horns on spring bloom; heavily ruffled. A-6-3: (Entourage x Sky Hooks) X Heather Blush. Moonshine Gardens 1989 "


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