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Unnamed Irises

Everyone, especially HIPS people:
I'm wondering--what are the chances that the old-fashioned iris we run into
here and there once had a real name?  Did many non-registered iris sneak out
of the nurseries, or did a large percentage of them simply become separated
from their names as the years went by?

Mary Forte, Atascadero, CA, zone 8/9, feeling sorry for her poor nameless
irises and wishing the 100+ days would go away

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