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Re: I. halophilia

In a message dated 96-11-12 09:43:47 EST, you write:

<< While were talking about species, does any one on the list grow the
 common yellow form of I. halophilia or know of a supplier?
 Rodney Barton >>
 Melody Wilhoit (Redbud Lane Iris Garden, Rt 1, Box 141, Kansas, IL 61933.)
lists a blue form of "halophila".  Mathews (The Iris) classes it as a
subspecies of I. spuria, i.e. I. spuria subsp. halophila, but identifies only
the common yellow form.  I suspect your best source would be Dave Niswonger,
President of AIS, who has what is probably the largest collection of the
various Spuriae species in the U.S.  His address is in the front of the AIS
Bulletin.  Clarence Mahan in VA 

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