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Re: TB: unidentifieds/ was: Ensminger seedling?

From: "J.F. Hensler" <hensler@povn.com>

And I really think comprehensive knowledge of the subject area, scepticism, 
and a good deal of humility are always useful, too, in helping one avoid
adding to the number of misnamed irises circulating by coming to firm
conclusions when the evidence is not there.

Anner Whitehead<<<


I fully agree.

If you think you've identified an iris, grow it along side a start that's 
been positively identified, for at least three years. If everything 
matches, down to the last detail, you've probably got it nailed.

If there's ever any doubt about identity don't guess. Give it a garden 
number to keep track with but sell it or trade it by description only.

Christy Hensler
Newport, WA z4b gusts to 60 mph and power out for a good part of the day!

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