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  • Subject: HIPS
  • From: "Vernon Johnson" <tcc@thomson.net>
  • Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 16:16:05 -0400

I am a member of the American Rose Society and participate in their shows. There is a prestigious award called Dowager Queen Award that goes to the best old garden rose introduced prior to 1867. That is the date of introduction of the first hybrid tea. 
This is a much sought award and has done much to stimulate interest in heritage roses. 
It would be great if both the iris and daylily societies could award something similiar. Perhaps the cut off date could be prior to 1960. 
Would like to know if others think this could be a possibility. 
Vernon Johnson

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