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Re: RE:TB iris bed


Looks like you're having a great time up your way in Denmark.  What do
you plan to do with your seedlings ?  Do you expect to introduce any of
them ?  My guess is that you're not interested in introducing them
because you haven't kept track of the parentages. I can only think of
one hybridizer that regularly introduces irises with unknown parentages.

I don't mean to bombard you with questions Jan, I'm just curious about
your hybridizing goals.  You have an interesting and mysterious approach
and some very beautiful seedlings.  Not knowing the parentage seems to
make them all the more intriguing.

Thanks for posting 
Lafontaine Quebec Canada 4b

> Hi all
> Just want to show when iris are planted to close, it is one of my iris beds , all except those in front , middle of the picture( Violet Rings) are my own hybrids.
> Fortunately I have other beds with good space between plants, much easier to keep in all matters.
> Jan Jacobsen -Denmark zone 4-6
> bulbs@get2net.dk
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