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Re: Irisgirl how grand!

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Irisgirl how grand!
  • From: oneofcultivars@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2002 14:38:24 EST

Yes dear! on the by the way. Sorry about the convaluted history. But then, 
you did tell me exacty what I wanted to know! Thanks!
Another question:
I was about 12 when I recognized rather than saw my first iris. I was curious 
and wanted to know how to make seed. Seems like I saw a publication about 
pollinating iris where you pollinated the bloom, then tied a paper sack over 
it and waited for pod to form. That was probably conventional wisdom at the 
time. Now comes my problem. I also recall, and I don't at time don't believe 
incorrectly, that same publication instructed one to rub the pollen on the 
beard. Do you recall ever having seen or read such misinformation and if so 


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