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Re: Albicans/hybridizing experiments/seeds


Linda raised the issue of " selling/buying seed pods"

One of the best sources is to join the British Iris Society and SIGNA, both
of which contain in their seed exchanges seeds from a wide variety of
crosses from around the world.

Ian

Ian E. Efford
avocet.intl@sympatico.ca  		- please, note new e-mail address!
tel (613) 526 4427 or 4429 fax (613) 526 0081
1909 Broadmoor Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1H 5B3
Zone 3-4
 






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