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Re: SPECIES: Junos

>I got 5 bulbs of I. bucharica a few months ago.  It's my first
>attempt at growing junos.  Surely someone else here on Iris-Talk has
>lots of experience growing other junos?

Alan MacMurtrie in Canada has been growing many species (also reticulatas)
for years and I think has a short seed/bulb list?  He's written extensively
about Junos for SIGNA and elsewhere.  He had an interesting chapter in the
Iris Species Symposium book (from the conference at the Missouri Botanical
Garden), I believe.  Last I heard he was working on a book on Junos, or
perhaps on bulbous irises in general.

Bill Shear
Department of Biology
Hampden-Sydney College
Hampden-Sydney VA 23943
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