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OT-BIO Cheryl A. Burch

From: "Cheryl A. Burch" <Cher541@prodigy.net>

          My mother was the one who got me interested in Irises and
gardening.  She gave me my first Irises, Garnet Robe, Gold Trimmings and
Dark Triumph.  She's gone now but my love of Irises has lasted.  My
collection has grown to over 100 and I've been warned by my housemate that
there's no more room!!  I travel to Schreiner's and Cooley's every year to
walk through their display gardens to ooh and  ahh, drink a glass of wine
and try to figure out if I can possibly find a place for one more.

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