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Re: AIS: TB IB SDB help

I also remember seeing a space-ager STAR WARS, and there is always SKYWALKER.

John Reeds

----- Original Message -----
From: Catherine Button
Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2003 7:29 AM
To: iris@hort.net
Subject: [iris] AIS: TB IB SDB help

(hey you  are right - this doesn't fit any subject tag category! I only
put AIS cause I'm guessing you only want AIS registered cultivars...)


Amusing story.... I once wanted a bed of this theme and a iris friend
brought me a rhizome for the collection. He neatly labelled it JAR JAR
BINKS. I grew the darn thing before I found out there is no such a thing!

New Jersey

Pat Mitchell wrote:
> My 11 year old son is a budding gardener (no pun intended) and also a
> Star Trek nut (also Star Wars).  He insists I have to get him Starship
> Enterprise to start his Iris patch.  Anyone know of any other Star Trek
> (or Wars) Iris names?  I found a SDB (I think) called Klingon Princess,
> but that's all I found.
> Any help you can give is greatly appreciated.

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