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RE:AIS Guest Iris

My garden is currently growing guest iris for the region 18 spring
convention 2003. I am thrilled and honored to be doing this and I understood
all the rules before I accepted. You'd be surprized about how many people
when told of these rules say "I'd keep one of everything--who would know the
difference ?" The point being--we as host gardens--must honor the hybridzers
reguest !! Other wise there will be no guest gardens in the future and who
will be to blame ?? No one but ourselves.
Judy Eckhoff
Haven, KS, USA
Zone 6
AIS-Region18, HIPS

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