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Linda Mann's markers.

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Linda Mann's markers.
  • From: Char c_holte@execpc.com
  • Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2003 10:37:55 -0600

Hi All,

Not a bad idea.

I add a step to my markings.  I put a plastic
white knife with the name written on both sides by
a 'Sharpie Autograph Pen' in the hole when I plant
an Iris.  If I get really desperate for the name I
can dig for it.  This has saved me several times.

Char Region 8 New Berlin (Milwaukee) WI

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