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Re: Iris Plant Markers

In a message dated 8/22/2000 9:12:32 AM Central Daylight Time, 
tgreaves@primeco.com writes:

<<  I'd like to find a better kind of marker. >>

I have lots of rose markers, bought when I was commercial, and, for now, I am 
using a led pencil.  It's a little hard to read from the beginning, but, 
apparently, graphite never fades.  (Used by Lynda Miller of Miller's Manor 
for years.)  The archives should have tons of information on marker's etc.

Betty / Bowling Green KY USA (Where the weather gives us something to 
complain about when we can find nothing better) zone 6

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