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RE: rhizome of an arilbred

From: Chad Schroter <Chad.Schroter@quantum.com>

Dennis, When I get AB's from Superstition they always remind me of Worf's
head (Start trek). There are usually at least 3 increase bumps on EACh side
placed just so right next to each other - almost like an insect body.

Chad Schroter

-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis Kramb [mailto:dkramb@badbear.com]
Sent: Monday, September 06, 1999 9:43 PM
To: iris-photos@onelist.com
Subject: [iris-photos] rhizome of an arilbred

Just for kicks & grins I'm posting a photo of a 1/2-bred arilbred rhizome.
It looks rather different than a typical bearded iris rhizome (at least the
ones in my garden).  It almost reminds me of tulip bulbs.  This is Fourteen
For Rachel, a very prolific increaser.

Not exactly a pretty picture, but interesting anyway!

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