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more species irises

The picture that Thomas Silvers sent is correctly identified by Elm as (aphylla X aphylla Van Nes).  This clone, along with an outstanding species-x type iris (I. timofejewii X I. variegata) were bred by Marlene Ahlberg of (I think) Switzerland, an expert on hellebores.  Jean Peyrard got them from her and sent them to Terry Varner, from whom I purchased them.  I am sure both are worthy of introduction, but don't know how to go about it because I have not found a way to contact Marlene Ahlberg, nor does Jean Peyrard know of one.  Does anyone have a suggestion?  Here is a photo of the timo X vari.

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