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Re: RE: Cast Ashore

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] RE: Cast Ashore
  • From: "Francesca R Thoolen" <irisgirl2@home.com>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 08:30:58 -0700

Christy, Are you concerned with the extra cost of the phytosanitary
certificate or just receiving plants. I don't believe there is a problem
with receiving them but perhaps the cost of getting the phyto. cert. may be
additional. I have sent plants to France and Germany and I had to supply the
phyto. cert. and send a copy to the recipient. In my case since I am not a
commercial gardener there was no cost to me and consequently none to my


-----Original Message-----
From: Hensler <hensler@povn.com>
To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com <iris-photos@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Monday, April 30, 2001 8:17 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] RE: Cast Ashore

>----- Original Message -----
>From: <irischapman@netscape.net>
> This is a natural cross of I virginica and I versicolor. I found it as a
>loose plant floating just off the shore of Lake Huron, on the Bruce
>Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. I virginica probably hadn't been growing in
>this area for about 10,000 years, following a climate change. The plant is
>fertile and puts out masses of seeds. I'm not sure if this is usuall or not
>with these "Robusta" types.
>It's my understanding that the fertility is a bit unusual. I've managed to
>coax DARK AURA into setting seeds but they're few and far between.
>So... is it on the market and how do I get my hands on a start? Anyone in
>the states have it so I don't have to mess with a phyto?
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