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I was looking at the HIPS section of the World Iris Association website, and it says Gracchus was on a black list. What is the black list and why does a plant get on it? It doesn't sound good, and that baffles me because Gracchus is one of my favorite irises -- love the colors and size, and it blooms its little head off and increases nicely for me. Sorry if this is a dumb question; I'm kind of new at this stuff but trying to learn!!
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