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Re: HYB: Using good plants

--- Showtime Farm <showtime@bbtel.com> wrote:

>>> Why doesn't a hybridizer just send out a rhizome here and
there to a couple of his iris buddies?  Not only would it test
out the growth habits in diverse climates, but it might even
stimulate enough interest in the cv .....  <<<

I know a lot of hybridizers do send out seedlings that they are
thinking of introducing. It is common at least in the Siberian
'world' to send plants to other hybridzers and growers, etc. 


Ellen Gallagher  <ellengalla@yahoo.com> / Berlin, New Hampshire / USDA Zone 3

Siberian-Species Iris Convention 2003, June 12-15 - Hamilton, ON Canada 
http://w3.one.net/~wilsonjh/ssi.htm  (Siberian iris pages)
http://www.crosswinds.net/~median/  (Median iris pages)
http://www.irisregister.com/  (AIS checklist data)
American Iris Society: www.irises.org

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