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Hello All,
     Just signed up with this group and read a
suggestion that everyone introduce themselves as we
log on for the first few times.
     My husband and I own a small nursery - mostly
ornamental hardwoods.  I have about 33 kittie pools of
LA Iris and a smattering of TBs - I'm trying to test
survival rate of TBs in the humid Gulf Coast
atmosphere.  I'm particularly interested in reblooming
TBs in addition to LA Irises.
      Have enjoyed all the chatter on the list and
look forward to learning more about irises, etc.  A
list such as this one represents extended friends for

  Happy Gardening!

Shirley Williams 
in LA (Lower Alabama)  

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