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Re: TB:Nilsen Australia Help

From: "Colleen Modra" <irises@senet.com.au>

Well Jan
Here's the more recent one's from Kevin I'd be interested in, as per
registraion list. My lists only go up to 95 so there may thave been some in
Beryl Jean, Bilbao Beauty, Dream Desire,  Oceanic Lass, Oz Sky, Papunya
(I've got alittle bit of this and it's stunning) Atonement, Blue Rain, Ellen
Ware, My Little Girl, Yellow Denim,
Checkerboard, Colonial Bride, Jacaranda Festival, Maralong, Quandialla,
The Checklist 80-89 doesn't give a list at the back of what each person
registered so I'm not sure what he released in this period. Oh, for an
on-line facility with search capabilities

Thanks for your help.
Colleen Modra

-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>
To: iris-talk@onelist.com <iris-talk@onelist.com>
Cc: irises@senet.com.au <irises@senet.com.au>
Date: Friday, 12 November 1999 1:19
Subject: Re: [iris-talk] TB:Nilsen Australia Help

>From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
>>All Oz iris growers, I'd appreciate your help. I'm a considerable >fan of
>>lot of Kevin Nilsens's work.. If you've ever seen Papunya, >Binalong or
>>Conimbla, you'll know what I mean. Thanks to Darrelle >Watson I have more
>>than 20 of Kevin's releases. Some in reasonable >numbers, others just a
>>piece or two. However I know he released >about 40 or so and also gave
>>a lot of his last batch of >seedlings before he moved to Sydney. I'd love
>>to hear from anyone >who has any. I've plenty of Ken Ware, Auric, Torque,
>>Timbertone, >Beauty Sleep, Breakfast Creek, Binalong, Conimbla, Farleight
>>Beach, >Ibiza, Noobinna, Rococco Echo and Ruby Cordon. But all the others
>>  >either don't have or have very little of. I'm happy to swap for any >of
>>the others.
>I'm replying to the list Collen, as I'm sure other listers will be keen to
>hear more about our Australian Hybridisers.
>Can you give us a list of names of irises you want us to look out for? I'm
>happy to join the search.
>BTW, I have just had 'WABASH' bloom here, and it looks much more like
>HOUR, pictured on the HIPS page. It was sent to me by an elderly lady in
>Adelaide. I'm sure it is not her who is confused, but it seems highly
>that it was introduced to Australia as WABASH, seeing there is so much
>confusion in the U.S. (read all about it in the archives). Oh, well, it's
>rather a pretty iris, so I won't throw it out.
>Cheers, Jan

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