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HAVE: Lent A Williamson, other plants, want yellow/gold tall bea

Posted by girlndocs 8 WA (My Page) on
Wed, May 21, 08 at 0:28

Hi,

I'm looking for a yellow tall bearded, something a rich deep shade of yellow.

I'm not a fan of ruffly varieties; my tastes run to heirlooms like "California Gold" and "Southland" although I'm not stuck on those particular varieties. Ideally I'd like to swap for 3 rhizomes.

I have plants to trade, various seeds, and (lots of) a two-tone purple historic iris that I'm almost positive is Lent A Williamson.

Here's some irises I like to give you an idea:

http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/125569/
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/24138/

Thanks!

Kristin


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RE: HAVE: Lent A Williamson, other plants, want yellow/gold tall

Hi Kristin, What perfect timing! I was outside this morning admiring all my Iris and thought to myself I might have to offer some yellow again on the Garden Web. That color just multiplies like fleas for me and I have given it away many times on the Garden Web for postage and to friends and family. I have no idea what the name of this plant is but it is a very bright, nice deep yellow (not gold). I would love to trade for your Lent Williamson. Send me an email and we can exchange addresses. Donna


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