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Re: Autosyndetica


In a message dated 97-02-28 16:11:50 EST, you write:

<< I don't know how variable any one clone might be, but there were
reportedly
 clones produced in a variety of patterns and colors.  Two are pictured in
 Kohlein's book -- p. 242.  If what you' have is one of the original
 AUTOSYNDETICA clones, it's a real collector's item. 
  >>

And definitely a valuable iris for future breeding!  Simonet's aril crosses,
as Sharon points out, and his spuria crosses, e.g. BELIZE, were far more
adaptable to wet climates, e.g. Eastern U.S. and Canada, Pacific northwest,
then the strains that gained popularity with U.S. breeders.  For some
ambitious breeders who would like to "make a name"  your clone would be a
good start.  Clarence Mahan in VA





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