Thank you. I was wondering about the 1920 and 1924 intro dates in your book. Can you introduce the same iris twice? How does that work?
I tried to answer Steven's question about collected vs hybridized before I received your response. You should be able to give him a much better explanation than I did. Mine was a quick answer. If I had known you were online this morning I would not have answered. You are the expert.
Jan in Chatsworth
Robt R Pries <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
No this was any early experimental hybrid. It was not
--- Jan Lauritzen <email@example.com
> Andi -
> Is this really 1910? I assume that it was
> collected, not hybridized, if the date is that
> Jan in Chatsworth
> "a. rivarola" <firstname.lastname@example.org
> This is Spuria Iris MONSPUR CAMBRIDGE BLUE
> (Barr 1910)
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