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Re: Iris breeding

In a message dated 06/02/97  14:34:59, amongst huge amounts of wisdom (as
usual) Bill asks:

<< are collectors the main buyers of iris rhizomes? >>

In my experience, no. Collectors account for perhaps 10-15% of our sales. The
rest are to general gardeners and to other nurseries.
But even collectors want gardenable irises.

I do not think the age of the TB is over - merely that people everywhere are
waking up to the other irises (and not a moment too soon!)

Graham Spencer, UK

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