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In a message dated 8/17/00 2:54:49 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
jijones@ix.netcom.com writes:

<< Mark doesn't grow many TBs
 because it is like throwing fish down an alligators throat.  >>

     That caught my attention!  I have had some success with a potted Byers 
rebloomer, so I am trying a couple more.  Only time will tell if this will 
really work.  However, Louisianas do great here, as does the species Iris 
virginica.  If AIS would promote some of these more, I think there is a 
largely untapped potential for membership growth.  
     I am glad to see the promotion of Louisianas and Morea in the current 
AIS Bulletin, although Morea will not grow here either.  I feel it is a step 
in the right direction.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida   [I saw a real alligator today:  About 7' long.]

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