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Re: CULT: How I feel about the great unknown

Hi Laurie,

I couldn't agree more!  For those of us who don't live in Iris Heaven,
anything that survives a harsh northern winter is worth cultivating.  There
have been years when the only blooms I got were from my historic unknowns.
If I have to choose between blooms on the unknowns or no blooms at
all..........well, that's a no-brainer ;-)

Janet in Denmark  WI

----- Original Message -----
From: laurief <laurief@paulbunyan.net>

> Each morning as I check my email to see if anyone else has provided
> potential identities for  my unknown irises, I am reminded of how much I
> enjoy these particular plants and the special place they hold in my
> heart.

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