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Re: Unregistered Iris

Nell writes

:Your replies to Ellen's question on why unregistered irises are sold reminds me
:of another:  Is the AIS the international point of registration for bearded
:irises, so that hybridizers in the U.K., New Zealand, etc. register with them?
:And is/are there other societies that are recognized registering bodies (in
:Europe or Japan) for Japanese iris, bulbous iris, etc.?

The AIS is the international registry for ALL irises except those that
grow from bulbs (Dutch, reticulata, etc.) These are registered by the bulb
registry in Holland.


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