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Re: CalSibe sources

"Tomas Tamberg is working with polyploid state and it has proved fertile.
 Calsibes are fertile/each other, producing fertile tetraploid seedlings. But
Tamberg has very ratrely obtained a viable seed from such crosses but
seedlings grow vigorously but sterile." The Siberian Iris, Currier
McEwen--good book if you don't have it, available fdrom Ensata Gds. 9823 E.
Michigan Ave., Galesburg MI 49053.  Lorena Reid, Springfield, OR is working
with the CalSibes and lists them and maybe seeds.  "Laurie/s Garden, 41886
McKenzie Hwy, 97478.  Free list.  Joe Pye Weed's Garden, 337 Acton St.,
Carlisle, MA 01741 carry Tamberg's Siberians and inter-species hyb.  Anna
Mae, Kalamazoo MI z 5   

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