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Re: Iris breeding

Ellen Gallagher wrote:
>         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.....:-))
> IMHO what is happening is that more and more people are looking at other 
things besides TB's.  I for one would be very happy if this happens.  For 
the last several years I have enjoyed the reaction of people looking at 
SDB's blooming.  They had no idea these 'cute little things' were even 
there.  Everyone of us can fix that!  :-)


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