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Re: SDB 01-35-1

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: SDB 01-35-1
  • From: "nmogens" neilm@charter.net
  • Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2003 11:12:44 -0000

Chuck, you mention objectivity.  That works two ways.  It is just as 
difficult, in my experience, to recognize how good something is as it 
is to cull out the almost-good-enough.

All three of these seedlings are as distinctive as I could ask for, 
but who knows what will find acceptance by the ultimate judges--the 
ones who write the checks?

Neil Mogensen  who the newer USDA zone map says is quite thoroughly 
in zone 7 near Asheville/Hendersonville, NC, all evidence to the 
contrary.  Half the garden blooms two weeks later than the other.

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