SIGNA and seeds

Makiko Goto-Widerman makikogotowiderman@me.com
Sun, 19 Jan 2014 10:01:34 PST
Dear James,
Good morning!

I was thinking to start Aril and oncocyclus, Juno Iris collection.  The weather here is perfect here, but I have not seen them.
I checked the web page.  I found only two available aril seeds.  Do you know any source to find the bulbs or seeds in the US?
I was thinking to order from Lithuanian Rare Gardens next year.  

Makiko Goto-Widerman
 







On Jan 19, 2014, at 9:36 AM, James Waddick wrote:

> Dear Friends, 
> 
> 	Most of you know about SIGNA (Species Iris Group of North America), a section of the American Iris Society devoted to wild species or Iris and their selections. The annual seed list was just published recently including some donations from PBS. It is available on line at	 	http://www.signa.org/index.pl?SeedList		Although you must be a member to purchase seeds, membership is as little as $6/yr and has other benefits. 
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> 	The current seed list has around 50 non-Iris members of the Iridaceae including many choice items of interest to PBS including some rare Gladiolus, Romulea, Sisyrinchium and others. 
> 
> 	Please visit the site, read about ordering and enjoy the bounty. 	Glad to answer any questions.		Best 		Jim W. 
> 
> James Waddick
> 8871 NW Brostrom Rd
> Kansas City, MO 64152-2711
> USA
> Phone     816-746-1949
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