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OT: Iris names

From: Lorraine Miller <lcmiller@televar.com>

Hi All:
	Years ago I had an iris named SWEET LORRAINE.  I had it only a few
years before losing it.  Have tried ever since to find it, without any
luck.  Can anyone tell me whether there ever was such an iris, something
about it -- introduced, or not?  Does anyone still grow it?  I'd still
like to get a start if it's available anywhere.
	Lorraine Miller
	Quincy, WA   lcmiller@televar.com

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