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Re: Blyth seedling

From: Tmilchh@aol.com

Dear Mike,
     This is certainly a beautiful blue iris. But there are so many blue 
iris. What distinguishes this one?
     Annette Milch       Zone 5/6 Lexington, Kentucky   where I finally mowed 
my lawn after months of water rationing, we finally got 1and 1/2 inches  of 
rain last week. I also have a few rebloomers blooming. Yeah

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