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SPECIES: Juno's


>If you want to see some cool & unusual irises, check out these web
>pages that Christy Hensler just told me about.  If anyone would like
>to give me a belated Christmas present, I'll happily take a few
>clumps of Iris atropurpurea eggeri off of the second website.  It'll
>only cost you about $1,000!
>
>http://www.wildcypripediums.com/catbul.htm
>
>http://oncocyclushouse.freeservers.com/photo.htm
>--
>Dennis Kramb

Thanks for the treat Dennis, and Christie.
I have just sent off my order for 12 british pounds worth of iris seeds, 
including I. bucharica, I. magnifica, and I. willmotiana.
I doubt I will get more than 4 or 5 seeds per species, but thought I would 
have a try with these. I chose those that are apparently the easiest to 
grow.
I would appreciate ANY propogation advice that any experienced juno growers 
on the list migth offer me.
Those for sale on the web pages above are certainly worth someone in the 
money, looking into. Perhaps a group could send off an order. Pity I can't 
be part of that group! Perhaps in years to come, SIGNA will have seed to 
offer?
Cheers, Jan, in Australia, with not much bearded seed to play with this 
year, but plenty of species seed coming from both SIGNA and BIS. Woohoo!

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