i'm sure someone would be delighted to introduce
some of your best creations (then you woud be forced to register them...), among
all the beauties you have shared with us, i would be embarassed to choose
I remember recently a pale blue that was
Of course, you must delegate all the growing and
selling, and only keep the fun bit!
It's precisely what i will do. Marianne Joosten, who is a professional breeder here is
Holland, will deel with the "professional" bit, i will keep the creative part of
Thanks for all these pretty pictures you have sent
us, it has made the wait for spring more bearable!
it will be soon our turn to make you forget
the scorching blazing sun that will hit your area!
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Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 3:58
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: TB: escaping
the compost pile
I'm not qualified to select and introduce an arilbred, much less a TB!
Nothing wrong with it from my perspective. TBs are wonderful and I
grow a lot, but TB seedlings take up space I could use otherwise.
Since I don't trash named/intro'd things (once maybe) they leave by
surviving or being given away. Seedlings certainly die, but when I'm
digging something to give away, I give named/intro'd iris, not
seedlings. I haven't any inclination to introduce things, just
'em. In the daubing area, it's pretty much ABs with only
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
Betty Ann Gunther <bettyg@...>
> Why not name
it and introduce it? It obviously has many good
> Is there
any thing wrong with it that you haven't mentioned -- other
> than not
being an AB?