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re: IRIS-L digest 364

Coming out of lurkville for a some good Wabash talk on the second last day of 
96. I first saw Wabash two or three years ago at our local Iris Society of 
Massachusetts flower show. It was exhibited by Mrs. Maud Pittman of Attleboro 
Ma. She was kind enough to bring me a few rizomes to the July sale. Wabash is 
really a beauty and one of my top 2 favorite TBs. The other is a wonderful 
yellow and white hybridized by Barabara Roberts. It is a gorgeous flower for 
form and grows like a weed.

Barry Silver Boston Ma.
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