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Re: RE:AIS Guest Iris

From: Dave Silverberg

>When I was privileged to be chosen as a host garden

I like Dave's wording.  Both the host gardens and the hybridizers who
rhizomes provide a service for all who manage to attend a convention.
Despite the
other worthwhile activities provided that go toward making up a convention,
it is the
gardens where one has the opportunity to view the newest developments in the
world that are the centerpiece of the convention.  How many slept in and
the tours in Dallas, I wonder?  Not many, I would think.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7, USA - who is not an especially willing early riser.

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