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Re: Intro and Bio

On Thu, 10 Apr 1997, Sue O Elder wrote:

> Hello, I've been lurking for awhile and it's been helpful for a 'newbie'
> like me in Iris Societies; but now I have a question. 
>  My name is Alysue and I live in North Central Mississippi, zone 7/8. I
> recently bought a home and inherited one long bed of irises. I have no idea
> what the names of these Irises are.  What is the best/or most efficient way
> of researching names and/or types of Irises that these might be.  I would
> appreciate your suggestions on this.  Thank You. 
	Sue has been constructing a web site and has some nice pictures on
it.  Get her to take you on a stroll through it.

	Walter Moores

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