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Re: MDB's.

>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 Carter
>Winchester, VA
>Youth Chairman of C & P Iris Society
Dear Ryan: Welcome to the world of iris hybridizing. I have not tried
intercrossing the M D B's. The pumilas do not like the heat down here, but
hopefully you are enough farther north for them to do Ok for you. You
should talk to Lynda Miller in Indiana and Tony & Dorothy Willott in
Cleveland . Lloyd Z in Durham NC

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