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CAT:Iris City Gardens move

From: "Greg McCullough" <icity@email.msn.com>

Hi Folks, this weekend Macey and I are finally moving to our new house at
our farm. We have lived in Nashville and commuted to the farm 35 miles south
of Nashville for the past six years, and have done our iris business on the
weekends, with the help of some very nice plant nuts. Now we are going to
commute in the opposite direction as we will still work in Nashville, but
will get to spend a lot more time in the garden. Our new address follows. If
those of you who have us on a mailing list would be so kind as to change
your address, we would appreciate it.

Greg and Macey McCullough
Iris City Gardens
7675 Younger Creek Road
Primm Springs, Tennessee 38476
Zone 6

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