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HYB: Show us your babies!

  • Subject: HYB: Show us your babies!
  • From: pbrooks@whidbey.net
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 03:16:54 -0000

Y'all amateur hybridizers,

In this season of seed-gathering and impatience to see the results, 
it has occurred to me that I've almost never seen any of the 
seedlings of iris-talkers.  I'd love to see some on Iris Photos, 
though I know that limits the possibilities to people with digital 
cameras and whatever else is necessary to post.

If people are waiting till they have an introduceable cv, I say don't 
be shy, I'd love to see seedlings with all sorts of shortcomings, 
with or without those being listed.  Just the idea of A + B = C fills 
me with curiosity.  Parentage and results would be fascinating.

Patricia Brooks
first-year hybridizer, nothing to show for it yet

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