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Re: Sale of Seedlings

From: JEM300@aol.com

In a message dated 1/22/99 12:06:49 PM Central Standard Time,
z88keys@mindspring.com writes:

<< Dear Sharon:  You comment about unethical behavior in selling seedlings of
 others.  I have heard that seedlings were sold by the Denver group after
 the Convention. This is not even second-hand information, - - but I keep
 hoping that this is false. Have you or others heard anything in this line.
 Lloyd Zurbrigg in Curham NC

I understand the concern here but I believe it is unfounded.  I am friends
with members of High Country Iris Society and asked about many of the irises
after the convention.  My understanding was that seedlings were returned to
the hybridizers by Cathy and Dennis Gates of Long's Gardens and that none were
offered for sale.

Hope this is accurate....

Linda Doffek
West Bend, WI    Zone 5

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