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From: "Ian E. & Shirley Efford" <avocet.intl@sympatico.ca>

Dan:  Tony Huber collects versicolor in the wild throughout Eastern
North America.  I am sure that he has covered much of the area from
where you live to the far reaches of Newfoundland and down south as far
as the species grows.  He breeds these plants in Laval to generate new
varieties and also to cross them with other species in the group, such
as ensata.

Unfortunately, he does not have e-mail but he has now begun to sell his
new cultivars in Canada and aboard.

Ian, in Ottawa

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