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Re: IRIS:Sutton's catalog

Moving to Australia may get Sutton's catalog sooner, or even Texas!  Here in 
Maryland  we are  somewhere in outer space I guess!  Neither Sutton's nor 
Cooley's have  appeared - at least on my doorstep. Wonder if they  are 
waiting to arrive until iris weather  is also here!  Not a pregnant  stalk, 
and usually there are lots of SDBs !  I do have a lovely primula and the 
weeping cherry is beginning to weep.  My neighbor's forsythia are brightly 
yellow even if the sun isn't!  If patience is a virtue, guess I have the 
wrong end of that stick.    Rosalie nr Baltimore   rainy zone 7   

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