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Re: Species for Beginners

At 05:05 PM 11/25/96 +0000, you wrote:
>I. versicolor--remarkable variation in color, garden adaptability, and
>hardiness at least to Z3.  I suspect that versicolor or hybrids involving
>it are going to be a major division (like siberians) in a few decades.
 I received some SIGNA seeds at the MASS convention that are marked "I. x
reversicolor". Is there such an animal, or are they really I. versicolors?

Carol Blais,zone 5,Western MA - CBLAIS@worldnet.att.net

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