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Something I haven't seen mentioned (unless I missed it) is the AIS on-line checklists at :


The older checklists are downloadable and there is a search engine that you can use for a nominal fee.


On Jul 9, 2006, at 1:09 AM, Dollar61@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 7/8/2006 7:54:16 A.M. Central Standard Time,
mollyd1953@hotmail.com writes:

Thank you so much for this information! That page was fascinating!!! I'll be
spending this winter checking into the pedigree of all my Iris's! Just
started index cards where I can put all the info I find on them plus a
computer file with any photos of them or their ancestors. Should help me
next year in making crosses <fingers crossed!>

If anyone else knows about other pages like this I'd love to see those
links! Hard to find if you don't know what you are searching for.
Molly D.


Your very welcome! Sounds like your headed in the right direction, good luck!

Molly, there is soooo much info about irises on the Internet. When I first
got started, I spent many hours researching all I could find about them. Most
of what I have learned, I learned from this list!

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