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Re: SPEC: I. verna


The species is the only one I know about. There maybe some crosses with I.
verna. I will look it for you later.

Jim Clark in Mo. Zone 5
-----Original Message-----
From: J.F. Hensler <christyh@povn.com>
To: Iris-talk <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Date: Sunday, December 17, 2000 5:13 PM
Subject: [iris-talk] SPEC: I. verna

>Hi All,
>Haven't had much luck finding information on the net, so am hoping someone
>here might know...
>Kohlein's book "Iris" mentions a mountain form of I. verna with larger
>rootstock and blooms than the species.
>I'm interested in anything I can find out about this variation especially
>whether chromosome counts have been done to compare it to the species.
>Christy Hensler
>Newport, WA
>Sunshine & fresh snow!

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