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Re: TB Raku Blaze

I am growing 158 irises in a guest garden fof the regeon 15 spring treck next year.  Other people are doing it in this area are doing it also. The hybridizer's send their best seedlings and newer introductions to see how they grow in this climate and to be judged at the garden tours.  Next summer the garden will be dug and all the increases will either be sent back to the hybridizers, or, if they don't want them, they will be distributed to the iris clubs for auctions in Sept. or Oct. 2003.  It's a lot of work but a lot of fun too.  I get to see irises that I probably wouldn't otherwise.
Francelle Edwards  Glendale,  AZ  Zone9
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2002 1:33 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] TB Raku Blaze

Those colors do, indeed, look like raku colors.  Very nice.

Would you be so kind as to define a *guest garden* for a

Pat Mitchell

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