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Re: I missouriensis seeds

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: I missouriensis seeds
  • From: Curt Marble <cmarble@tiac.net>
  • Date: Sat, 18 Oct 1997 14:26:12 -0600 (MDT)

>This is true serendipity -- I made a detour on my way back home from
>Denver today to check out a back road where I remembered lots of I.
>missouriensis blooming last June & behold! Five giant steps from where I
>parked my truck this p. m. & I found a dozen pods just waiting for me.
>Couldn't believe it -- they were dry & popped open but still contained
>lots of nice, ripe black seeds. I collected 260 of same -- how many
>would you like? Any other takers? I'm happy to share the bounty, really.

Marte, it sounds like the "Species bug" has bitten you...the excitement of a
find.  I suggest you send these to the SIGNA Seed Exchange.  And did you
know that contributors get preference when orders are filled?

Kathy Marble <cmarble@tiac.net>
Harvard, MA
zone 5

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