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Looking for Good Parents

I'm new to the hobby of hybridizing irises and am trying to decide on some irises to add to my garden for that purpose. The process is pretty overwhelming due to the large number to choose from. My main interest is TB although I do have a fewFollowing is a partial list of some that I'm interested in. If any of you have had good ( or bad ) experiences using any of these as pollen or pod parents I'd like to hear from you.

Best Regards and thanks in advance,
John Gwilliam
Tempe Arizona  Zone 9

Achy Breaky Heart
Arizona Redhead
Avalon Sunset
Barbara My Love
Beverly Sills
Bold Encounter
Brazilian Holiday
Breath of Dawn
Bride's Blush
Calypso Beat
Candy Clouds
Can't Touch This
Circus World
High Chaparral
In Focus
Iron Eagle
Iwan'A Iguana
Llama Mama
Let's Be Friends
Mam Zelle
Okapi Poppy
No Egrets
Polish Princess
Ransom Note
Ring Around Rosie
Wearing Rubies
Wild Angel
Wing Commander

John Gwilliam
Tempe, Arizona
Zone 9
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