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Re: Re:TB: Mastery

In a message dated 1/23/2004 4:08:52 PM Central Standard Time, irischapman@netscape.net writes:

Aussie iris often do this first year. They can't figure out which end is up.

Good Chuck!
Laughin' cause Aussie irises sound real Southern to me.

I once tried to convince local powers we should order some Aussie irises and plant for a fall regional here and auction them in bloom. I did not get very far with that suggestion. Seems folks wanted to do the same thing every year cause doin' so had  worked just fine. For me that's just a way of actin' tired while I'm gettin' old. As best I remember that comment wasn't well received either. <laughin' harder> Thinkin' it might be better received in Australia.

Bill Burleson

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