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From: Irene & Dan <izzy@sound.net>

>      To: American Iris <iris-talk@onelist.com>
>      Date: Friday, April 09, 1999 5:19 AM
>      Subject: [iris-talk] Re: TBs:CULTI have a friend who lives
>      in San Francisco who tells me her iris are always 'bent and
>      twining'. I assume they are TBs and that she has no idea
>      what cvs they are. I do wonder why she would have that
>      experience --fog?-- and whether she would have better luck
>      if she went out and got some modern cvs? Any information
>      appreciated. Julia in the Lower Sierra Nevada wher we had a
>      wonderful blizzard over night and a couple of inches of
>      snow. Bad because I was going to go visit my Grandkids
>      today, with fresh baked cookies and candy -- good  in every
>      other way.  Julia
    Watch them turn out to be I. Brevicalis or one of it's offspring.

I also hobble with scissors
Dan & Irene
USDA Zone 5

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