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Re: new TB purchases today

  • Subject: Re: [iris] new TB purchases today
  • From: Charles Lincoln charlie.lincoln@gmail.com
  • Date: Sat, 08 Jul 2006 19:31:24 -0700
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  • Thread-topic: [iris] new TB purchases today

Since you were asking for links, I though those two would keep you busy for
a few years <g>.   They were my introduction to learning about iris, and are
still the first general sites I will visit.

On the irises.org site, note the "links" link at the bottom of the left side

Worldiris.com was the site I mostly delved into since my interest was
historics.  A current historic site is <http://www.hips-roots.com>; there is
a public section.   The chart:  not sure what chart.  Perhaps you are
referring to the "Quick Fix" photos?  Many of which have a sideways fork
listing of an iris' genealogy.


On 07/08/2006 5:09 PM, "Molly Denza" <mollyd1953@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks Charlie,
> The first I already had but the second was new to me. Saw a chart there that
> I wasn't sure what it meant. When you clicked on a letter it went to photos
> of different Iris. Any idea what that chart represented?
> Molly D
>> You might wish to start at:
>>     <http://www.irises.org/index.htm>
>>     <http://www.worldiris.com/public_html/level1/TOC.html>
>> Plenty of links there, too!

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