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Re: luminatas

In a message dated 12/31/2000 1:37:44 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
iris-talk@egroups.com writes:

> Does it seem right to hold a Luminata to the same standards of the
> vigorous selfs that are on the show bench?  

Show judging evaluates the specimen entered against the best that variety can 
do. In this the luminata might very well get a blue ribbon with a low bud 
count. It would not, in my opinion, be awarded beyond that point. If, 
however, we are talking garden judging, no slack should be given for 
substandard branching, bud count or form. As we have seen hybridizers will 
take care of all these problems given enough time.

Fred Kerr
Rainbow Acres

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