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From: "Dan & Marilyn Mason" <dmason@rainyriver.Lakeheadu.Ca>

April 2, 1999  Dennis Kramb <dkramb@tso.cin.ix.net> wrote:

<As I understand it, I. versicolor has a widespread
distribution throughout
Eastern North America.  From region to region the
populations exhibit a
wide range of variation in color (thus the scientific name

April 2, 1999 Debby Wheeler Zone 5 Foxbrook Iris Farm
Colrain, ma.01340 wrote:

<My son Andrew just received a grant to do a population
study on I. Versicolor for this season.>

Am I correct in thinking that if I ever did find variation
in color or form of wild Iris Versicolors, that it is highly
unlikely that I would find variation within one particular

Would it also be true that there is far more variation in
wild Versicolors in the eastern segments of the continent
than there is toward the mid-west?

Dan Mason   zone 3, NW Ontario

Where my iris are still covered by 6" snow, and everything
else is still covered by a thin varnish of ice from rain
last night.

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