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Jun 8, 2014 7:32 PM CST
Name: Tom
I do have a few NOID for sure, my infamous Red NOID, Hilarious! one that I love and will keep around of course.
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Then there is this one, recieved it from a friend when I first started collecting iris before names were important.
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I have a few historic NOID's that I keep because they are a peice of the history of the iris, and even though I don't know their names, I know that they were steps in the develoment of what we have today.
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I have no problem passing these on to others who will like them and care for them. I always tell them if it is a NOID, and that it's best if they tell anyone who they share them with what it is. I don't feel like I have to be the gate keeper to the world of irises. There is a place in the world for the "mutt" dog, and the pedigreed one. I can love a mutt just as much as one with a pedigree. So too can I love an iris without a pedigree. If space were a big problem for me, then I would have to make my choices more carefully. But for now I can enjoy a wide variety of beauty. So I do.

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