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My thanks to those who wrote in joy , when CLARENCE won the Wister Medal. 
The great thing about  this iris is that it does so well everywhere, and
reblooms almost everywhere.   Joan Roberts of Friendship Gardens, n ear
Gettysburg, called last week to tell me of some good rebloom.  Her favorite
is my PP 113 #3, yellow S over white F edged yellow. It is from a MALAGUENA
seedling crossed by pollen of TOTAL RECALL.  Another nice one is OO 3 #2,
CLARENCE X SUKY, and rather like its "mama" , CLAREN CE.  Also a stalk on
DURHAM DREAM,  a blend with  short spoons.  This is a wonderful grower, and
it was a thrill to learn that it reblooms in PA.  Thanks again, Mike, Betty
and others.  Lloyd Zurbrigg in Durham NC,  where it has rained a lot!   

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