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Re: Re: CAT: Survey of Iris Suppliers - Results

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re: CAT: Survey of Iris Suppliers - Results
  • From: eemcjmks@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2001 21:13:08 EDT

Your comment about bonus irises reminded me of something I overheard in one 
of the AIS convention gardens in Oregon in 1994.  I was viewing the blooms in 
a test garden next to a known grower and hybridizer (who shall remain 
nameless).  He was talking to a fellow on the other side of him about one of 
his introductions, and I quote, "Oh, what a dog!  I am giving that one as a 

Carole, Kansas, Zone 5 

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