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HYB: program

From: Patsiris@aol.com

I'm the program chairman for Iris Soc. of Dallas this year and got Tom 
Burseen to give us a hybridizing program today.   It was really interesting, 
and as a bonus, 
we got to see some of his future introductions.   Wow!   If any of you are 
interested in space age iris, just wait until you come to Dallas next spring 
and tour his garden.
He said that about 50% of his seedlings are space agers now.   He also said 
that although some iris purists put them down, this is what he sells out of 
each year.
Now, if they would all rebloom . . . .
                                                          Pat in Dallas  zn. 

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