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Re: "Black" Iris, DUSKY C.

In a message dated 96-12-28 01:52:37 EST, you write:

Rick Tasco wrote
>This happens quite a bit.  Maybe not so much as both parents are unknown
>as is the case with Dusky C, but more so with one parent unknown. 

There must be a story behind the famous Schreiner family saving a seedling
with unknown parentage which went on to win a Dykes medal.  Is this from a
batch of seeds that got spilled or garden labels and maps lost or what?  A
seedling retrieved from the dumpster?

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA

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