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Re: Louisiana Iris

Clarence -- This is an interesting problem.  If I read the April Bulletin
on the need for reaserch (Jean Witt) and on international collections
(G. I. Rodionenko) will I find the answers?  	
But what do you do to register different fulva?  Do you name th em as 
varieties?  In that registering, do you describe by using color distinctions
	Is there some centrally located botanic garden, or garden where 
species are collected?
	 The question I guess boils down to what does one do when they find
these kinds of things??  If I go to the M>A>S>S> I'd probably learn all that,
but since I'm not, I'll ask you.
	By the way, I judged a show in Pittsburgh with George Gerhardt who
 talked about you.  A local celebrity, is George, is on TV and etc.  
 And a kind and gentle person.  
Carolyn Schaffner in damp Buffalo, NY where no TB are showing up for our 
show on Saturday!!!!  I guess they are holding off till Friday evening...

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