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Re: OT-BIO: hello from Rochelle

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT-BIO: hello from Rochelle
  • From: Rochelle <rochelle@rudduck.com>
  • Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 13:49:07 +1000

hello again, i am back on line
I wanted to catch up with you regarding our previous conversation of trading
some seed of the historics.
Are you still interested and do you have time this season?
I would like to do some this season, 5 months away, and would be delighted
to send some to you.
The mames of the  iris would be unknown for some as no one knows what they
are, so i could send a photo, of the ones i cross together, alternatively, i
could send rhizomes, as i can to the usa.
let me know

kind regards


on 21/5/01 8:40 AM, Jim Gibbons at jimgibbons1@mindspring.com wrote:

> Hi Rochelle and welcome,
> Since (I take it) you are interested in crossing historics as opposed to
> trading them, I am interested in your project, since seeds can be send down
> under, but plants are an entirely more complicated matter. I have a number
> or historics, some unknowns, and am adding to my collection this year.  I
> see that Jan has already directed you to the website of HIPS. Very useful.
> Anyway, good luck, and welcome!
> Jim Gibbons
> NC Coast, Zone 8a and sandy (USA)
> jimgibbons1@mindspring.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <rochelle@rudduck.com>
> To: <iris-talk@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Sunday, May 20, 2001 2:46 AM
> Subject: [iris-talk] OT-BIO: hello from Rochelle
>> Hello to every one
>> My name is Rochelle, and am now a devotee to the iris and one
>> or two other things.  I am particularly interested in the historic
>> Irises, and am currently putting together a collection with
>> rhizomes being collected from lots of different people around
>> Australia.  I hope to register this collection in the near future but I
>> have a lot of work ahead of me.  If you would like some details on
>> this I would be happy to email them.  I am a Landscape Architect
>> by trade, and I am currently completing a Grad Dip at Burnley
>> College which is our oldest Horticultural College.  I am very
>> interested in developing some contacts overseas who are
>> interested in developing seed from Historic varieties.  Sources of
>> Historic Iris are very scarce and I am interested in broadening
>> the colour range and the gene pool.  If there is anybody who
>> would be willing to assist I would love to hear from you.  I look
>> forward to chatting with some of you in the future, I'm sure there
>> wil be a lot of knowledge to be gained from you all, especially
>> with the historic cultivars.
>> bye for now
>> Rochelle
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