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Apple Blossum Pink

John- I have a nice clump of abp which I will be happy to share. Just let me
know when- after 6-15- and an adress.

This chat group is a blast. Fun to read but I thought I'd go blind before
catching up!

Unguquilaris  "Mary Barnard" just finished blooming, I. bacaricus  first
bloom will probably be tomorrow. First sweet cherry blossum open this am. The
moss is growing like crazy, so much rain recently it just can't help it's
self. Big winds recently had us out of power and limbs fell in such a way as
to tear out name tags. I hope my maps are in good enough formate to get all
 the iris correctly named. Not the first adventure with this dilemma this

Pulled weeds at Pt. Defiance Park in Tacoma yesterday. Many medians have buds
swelling at the base.

Looks like a great spring day here. Slightly breezy but sunny.

First to note to you all. Looking forward to many more notes from all of you.

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