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Re: iris dreams/solstice/WABASH X MULBERRY ROSE

CEMahan@aol.com wrote:
 I know lots of hybridizers in the 1940's
> used it, but did it ever produce anything of merit?  (Admittedly, there is a
> doubtful tone in my question.)  Clarence Mahan in northern VA


I seem to have read somewhere that Geddes Douglas used Wabash quite a
bit.  Gaylord '49 is the only one I can think of "off the top". 
(Extravaganza X Wabash).

Rick Tasco
Central California--Sunny and warm today!
Zone 8.5

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