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Re: The last of my Arilbreds and other iris. .

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] The last of my Arilbreds and other iris. .
  • From: Jelcy <jelcy.romberg@verizon.net>
  • Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 13:54:23 -0500

You and the rest have made a believer out of me.  Your photos were great and now I
must start looking at Arils more closely for my own garden

Thanx to all of you who have send such wonderful photos of them this spring


doris1434@juno.com wrote:

>  Hello!
>         One of the features about the Arilbreds that I noticed and loved
> is the fact that they hold their blooms for a long time - up to five
> days! I kept waiting for the blossoms to fold and fade but they really
> hung in there. I was impressed with FAUX PASS - so perky and fresh!
> Doris Elevier
> USDA 7b, Sunset 11
> El Paso, TX=

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