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Hi Folks,

I ordered a Siberian iris named ROKU OJI that had been recently mentioned 
in the SSI Bulletin.  In the article, RO was identified as (Hiroshi 
Shimizu, '00).  This has me confused.  I can't find RO listed in the R & 
Is at all, so where does the '00 come from and what does it mean?  Is 
there some organization that registers Sibs in addition to the AIS? Or 
does '00 designate the year in which this seedling first germinated, and 
does it remain unregistered?  Also, can anyone provide me with a 
description of this cv?

TIA for any clarification,


zone 3b northern MN - clay soil

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