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Green and Gifted for Illinois Dog Lover

Posted by hosenemesis SoCal Sunset 19 USDA (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 5, 13 at 22:56

Here is Green and Gifted. It's an odd color- it opens with lavendar falls here and fades within a day. The branching leaves something to be desired, but I like the funky color.
Renee


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RE: Green and Gifted for Illinois Dog Lover

Another shot. It looks good when it's backlit.


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RE: Green and Gifted for Illinois Dog Lover

Thank you, It is just beautiful. Love the brown and lavender-purple in it. I particulary love many of the iris most say are rather "ugly". Do you grow and have pictures of Green Eyed Sheba and Green Meadows?I keep searching for ones with green with brown. Hard to find truely green iris. There are a few more but I forgot their names, will have to look them up. Thank you again for posting.


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RE: Green and Gifted for Illinois Dog Lover

Did you see the post on green irises on the AIS Blog? Here's a link- there were two of them.
I don't have pics of the other two.
I love the greenish ones too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Green Irises How green is my iris


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RE: Green and Gifted for Illinois Dog Lover

Thank you, I went to the link then clicked on Green "It Ain't easy".........oh so many I have to have. Can not even begin to list them in a particular order. Love the greens, chartreuse, olives, brown what have you. So many beautiful sdb seedling I want when they get introduced. Thank you for the link. Now I have even more iris to add to my have to have list. My favorite color choices. Now we need to find turquoise colored, go figure.


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