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Re: Pseudonyms


From: RYFigge@aol.com

Jan,., it is my understanding that it is "illegal" in the iris world to SELL
seedlings!  If they are not good enough to be introduced, they are not good
enough to be foisted unto the public and they should be destroyed, discarded,
etc.  And I would rather have ONE properly named variety from a reputable
hybridizer than THREE  suspicious characters.  I cannot abide  unknowns in my
garden (if I am aware of it) unless they are so beautiful I can't destroy them
-- or I keep them one bloom season to see if they can be identified without
any doubt.    And I  would avoid any nursery or whomever  you  are referring
and deal only with the iris specialists or hosta specialists or with whomever
is the specialist in the plants you want.  Very occasionally, a hybridizer can
send the wrong thing -- in that case, let them know!

Before I forget. IMPRIMIS has been indicated it is  lst yr bloom, waiting to
see if it will do so next year.      Rosalie nr Baltimore  ryfigge@aol

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