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HYB:Garden Value

In a message dated 5/2/2003 6:30:08 AM Central Standard Time, 
lmann@volfirst.net writes:

> What are we to do with these tough, performing, less than perfect
> seedlings?

Some people may only grow irises with show quality branching. It's a personal 

Where I live now, my garden blooms earlier than others in the area and I 
don't have anything left when we have our show.  Therefore, I must see the 
value of garden irises!  

Is there still room for garden quality irises that do not have show bench 
branching? I think so, but maybe I'm in the minority. ???

Betty W in south-central KY zone 6

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