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From: Onegun2@aol.com

  Thanks Kathy, I just found a big fat pod on one of my Iris's, It was 
standing behind a bush and I didn't notice it before. Who knows what name the 
plant is. When I was buying Iris over the years I never knew people were so 
serious about them. Then I joined this list and it's been like a new 
awakening. I've already joined a couple of clubs. I think I'll have some fun 
with this pod when it gets ripe enough to pick. :-)
  As far as your instructions, I printed it, stored it, and I'll read it 
until I get it down pat. 

Have a nice day,

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