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Re: Iris breeding

	Bill Shear wrote:

>The future for irises seems to lie in the more gardenable forms like
>Louisianas and  Siberians and perhaps the new things being developed from
>Iris versicolor.  Is the era of the TB over?

	We can hope that the domination of the TB may be over in some
	areas of the country....this is not a slam or a flame, folks.
	Just an observation.....:-))

Ellen Gallagher						"I yam what I yam!"
e_galla@moose.ncia.net					      Popeye
Lancaster, New Hampshire, USA
USDA Zone 3

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