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Re: MDB's.


Ryan S. Carter wrote:
> 
> Hello Irisers,
>         The bloom season is almost upon us and I am planning my first year
> of hybridizing. I will specialize in MDB's and I would like some input from
> you, who are more experienced than I. What I would like to know are the
> names of all the reblooming MDB's (I think there are no more than five and
> I have three), what to buy, what to strive for, and what you think people
> would like. Thanks!
> 
> Ryan
> 

I'm sure you have DITTO AND DOOZEY, but another one of Hager's that
reblooms for me and is not listed as such is BUGSY.  Clean yellow with a
black-maroom spot on the falls.

Rick Tasco
Superstition Iris Gardens
Central California
Zone 8





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