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Re: Re: Iris Plant Markers

>  The Painters Pen markers from Wal-Mart work well, at least the first
> few days you have them. I have had trouble with them drying-up if they
> sit around awhile, plus the tip gets yucky.

	Chad, have you tried the new ones with the fine points?  They are less likely to yuckify.

  These are still in excellent shape in the
> third year and I have no comments about a 'mouse's graveyard'.

     A neighbor lady thought I had a 'bird cemetery.'  More than a 
thousand dead birds on this place??

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8 USA

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