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Re: MED: Astra Girl

From: "Walter Moores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

> Cindy,
> Just to let you know that Astra Girl reblooms here for me on occasion 
> and has also for Jean Witt. Good luck with your cross. Personally, I 
> think Astra Girl is the cat's meow.
> Iris Maniac, 
> Sterling (not Innerst) 

	After all of this talk about BLUE CHIP STOCK (which I started 
innocently enough without commenting on its tet status) and LADY 
EMMA, I am thinking more and more that little BUSY BODY could 
qualify as an MTB, though it is registered as an IB.  It is in bloom 
today and is quite a darlin'.   It has pencil thin stems, is 
multi-branched and as cute as a bug in a rug.

	If you want to know what it looks like, then click on


	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8

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