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Re: Seed Exchanges


On Mon, 29 Apr 96 19:18:06 MDT, you wrote:

>At 03:44 PM 4/25/96 MDT, you wrote:
>>Re:  Seed exchanges.
>>
>I am not a member of any of the iris seed exchanges but if anyone is
>interested in the pacific coast native douglas??? I could collect seed and
>send some. I can't spell it sorry. I just returned from the AIS convention
>and brought some flowers and leaves from some wild clumps near my house and
>had it identified. I will collect some seed if anyone is interested. It is
>blooming now so I would need to know soon especially if someone wanted seed
>from multiple plants of different colors. If that isn't an issue I could
>just wait and wander though the poison oak looking for pods. Sounds fun
>doesn't it. The colors range from white through pale yellow, pale violet to
>dark violet. I even found a clump of pinkish violet. 
>_________________________________
>Karin Hinsen  seconfid@mtnweb.com
>Central coast of California
>
>

Karin...I would love to try some seeds here in southeastern New
Hampshire...about 20 miles from seacoast...zone 5. That is, if you're
not totally inundated by requests. It's nice of you to offer your time
and treasure.

Jamie Rees
P.O. Box 196
E. Hampstead, NH 03826





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