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OT:Iris Projects (Spending $$$$$'s)

From: StorYlade@aol.com

Display gardens--a good project for clubs.  This can be multipurpose.  It 
affords the club with an additional opportunity to get the irises before the 
public, later, the rhizomes can be used to return money to the treasury, AND 
local hybridizers (and others) can contribute their babies--thus getting them 
before the public (and more judges).  

My .02 . . . . 

Betty in BG KY where the rain came down.  Finally!

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