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Re: I missouriensis seeds

Curt Marble wrote:
> 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

Kathy, please 'splain SIGNA to me -- I've been snooping around Iris-L 
for months now & still haven't decoded this anacronym. It would perhaps 
help you to know that I'm not a member of AIS or any other organized 
gardening group -- perhaps a few a few DISorganized groups.

Nevertheless, SIGNA is something I would like to know about at this 
point. I have already promised quite a bit of my "find" to various folks 
on the List but (a) I will probably still have some left to share & (b) 
I may be able to go find more! (She said, with the cockiness of the 
neophyte iris seed-locator.)

Marte in the mtns	Zone 4/Sunset 1  Colorado

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