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> Current discussions suggest that the idea of a Section within AIS devoted to 
> the Tall Bearded Iris enjoys a good deal of support. What is not yet clear is 
> whether the organization known as TBIS will be that Section. If it comes to 
> pass that it is not, I would not be surprised to see another organization 
> devoted to the TB arise within AIS, formed with intent to affiliate.  
> Anner, in Virginia

Oh ho! I love this scenario - not one, not two, but THREE TB
organizations!  The more the merrier, I say.  If they all start
competing to be the best, maybe I will be able to get regional
performance information for newer TBs before I'm too old to put it to
use <g>

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
%%anything you can do, I can do better...%%% (those are supposed to be
little musical notes <g>

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