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Re: Historic

> What makes an iris historic?  Is it like furniture 100 years old?
> Sally Guye
> email zosg@warthog.ru.ac.za

Chris comments:

Actually irises don't have to wait quite that long to be considered 
historic. A closer analogy would probably be historic/antique 
HIPS (Historic Iris Preservation Society) says that the cutoff date for 
an iris to be considered historic is that it have been registered 30 
years ago or more. 
HIPS membership info is available from: Ada Godfrey, Membership 
Secretary, 9 Bradford Street, Foxborough, MA 02035 
USA. Telephone: (508)543-2711 

Christopher Hollinshead
Mississauga, Ontario  Canada  zone6b
Director, Canadian Iris Society
Newsletter Editor, Canadian Iris Society
e-mail: cris@netcom.ca

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      • From: "MISS SG GUYE" <ZOSG@warthog.ru.ac.za>

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