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I'm an iris lover and grower in France (near Loire Castles). My father had started the iris (TB, MED, SIB, SPU )culture in 1968 and we are AIS members. We have many irises from nurseries of Oregon because we have the same climate and we think that their irises will grow very well in Sologne. It's not allways true.
I 'll go to US (Oregon and...) in June 2001 for the first time and i 'll try to meet hybridizers and irises growers.
I have start to hybridize in 1996 and the first flowers are not really new !
    Luc Bourdillon

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