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Re: HYB: Standards

In a message dated 5/29/2005 12:46:13 PM Central Daylight Time, sterling_o@yahoo.com writes:

But I was just
kidding. I think this seedling is hideous. Poor form,
poor growth, poor branching. Not to mention, it's not
consistent, all the flowers are missing things.

That bein' said, if it turns out to be consistent in so doin' would it not be interesting to work toward a tall bearded, Japanese Iris form? Would be so for me.
Bill Burleson

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