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Re: RE HYB: Trial Gardens

Hmmm.  I know an elephant never forgets, but you mean to say that the
average bear also has a memory like a steel trap (oops!)?

However that may be, I, like Neil, must confess that I don't use a form.
Ordinarily, I scribble down the plant's description on the same sheet on
which I record its first photo.  If I decide to register it, normally at
least a couple of years later and not during bloom season, I'm scrounging
around my photography records looking for the notes to describe it for
registration.  They, together with the photo, are my reference.  Other
information about the plant is usually scattered in various pages of
whatever notebook/s or pieces of paper I'm carrying at the time.  A form
would be a very useful central repository of information, among its other
uses.  I'm looking forward to seeing what Char comes up with.  --  Griff

--- Original Message -----
From: <GormleyGreenery@aol.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 1:48 PM
Subject: [iris] RE HYB: Trial Gardens

> Now don't deluge our favorite hybridizers with  requests, but what kind of
> form do they use for evaluating their own  seedlings?  They must all use
> something unless their memory is better than  the average bear!
> >
> Rita  Gormley
> Gormley Greenery
> Cedar Hill, MO
> AIS Region 18, Zone  5
> http://www.gormleygreenery.com/
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