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Re: HYB: MED: Intermediate Bearded Iris and Fertility

In a message dated 12/18/2007 9:34:38 AM Eastern Standard Time,  
sherry@keystonecrossroads.com writes:

<<I am very much looking forward to trying IB on IB crosses and  using these
little guys for further hybridizing.
Hi, there. 
I hope you will continue along this line. Many of us, especially  those with 
an interest in historic irises as well as modern, are  very fond of the 
proportions of the IB. Some of them make really  nice garden plants in places where 
lthe arge irises are out of scale,  and, blooming a bit earlier, they can be 
very useful, indeed, in areas  where TB season often brings really hot windy 
days to reduce large  blossoms to something pretty demoralizing. 
Your post was very interesting, and I hope we will hear more from  you. 
Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA Zone 7

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