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Hybridizer Hiroshi Shimizu

Japan

Hiroshi Shimizu made a major step forward in development of Pseudata varieties with his use of 'Gubijin' (2005) as a pod parent. The American Iris Society honored him with the Hybridizer Award in 2006.

Registrations/Introductions:

Japanese: 'Chigo-No-Kanzashi', 'Gansyo', 'Gotenbina', 'Hana-No-Yoi', 'Himeno', 'Hyojyo-No-Mai', 'Koshui- No-Asa', 'Miharu', 'Nishikiori', 'Oba', 'Reisyun', 'Yaemomiji', 'Yuki Kemuri', 'Yukijishi',

Siberian: 'Ama-No-Hane', 'Roku Oji',

Species Hybrids: 'Akimatsuri', 'Benibutae', 'Byakuya No Kumi', 'Chaki', 'Gubijin', 'Karyu', 'Kinshikou', 'Okagami', 'Roryu', 'Ryu No Kanmuri', 'Ryugan', 'Ryumon', 'Samon', 'Shirabyoshi', 'Shiryukyo', 'Shoryu No Mai', 'Sunadokei', 'Takamagahara', 'Take No Sato', 'Taremurasaki', 'Tsukiyono', 'Umibotal', 'Yarai', 'Yasha', 'Yoru No Akari', 'Yotsugi', 'Yukiyanagi',

-- Main.RPries - 2012-01-22
Topic revision: r13 - 25 May 2016, Harloiris
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