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Please be advised that I DO NOT guarantee germination. I was only offering freshly harvested seeds, however, after obtaining information from some Iris hybridizers, it is my understanding that Iris seeds are viable for 3-4 years. It is also my understanding that Iris seeds can take up to two or three years to germinate. I find that some crosses germinate better than others. In my opinion, only viable seeds will be shipped. If you are not satisfied with the way your seeds look upon receipt, please return them for full refund. No other refunds or replacements will be made.

To order a cross, place a "check" in the small checkbox using your mouse and then once you've made all your selections, click on the "add seeds to cart" button at the bottom of the page. Remember that I am only selling 2 packets per cross. Best method of payment is PayPal. However, on daylily seeds I have had 2 people order the last packet of a cross at close to the same time. In that situation, the first payment emailed to me (PayPal's email notice), gets the seeds. If you have to mail payment, you may want to send me an email indicating that you are sending immediate payment and I will hold the seeds no longer than 5 postal business days. If you want to order 2 packets of a cross, you will have to make the change on the shopping cart page by changing the amount in the checkbox and clicking on the "Modify Cart" button.

To view the pod parent photo (or photos), click on the name.

I have found the best germination method of tall bearded Iris germanica seeds to be sowing the seeds immediately after harvest. In 2003, my first year to sow seeds, the freshly harvested sown seeds germinated in about 7-10 days. Of some varieties that didn't germinate, I left the containers (which had drainage) outdoors all winter in a sheltered location (against the south facing wall of my house) and many of the seeds germinated in the spring. The seedlings that germinated were also left outdoors in a sheltered location covered with straw for extra protection. [I am in growing zone 5.]

Other Germination Information Link

Kevin's Theme x Jurassic Park
Trillion x unmarked (very windy...so couldn't get a good photo, but flower really has a very nice form.


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