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Re: Beverly Sills and Edith Wolford

In a message dated 96-12-14 03:03:16 EST, you write:

>EDITH WOLFORD has probably been the best of the two.  We get
>exceptional color and massive blooming almost every year.Barbara Zone 9
Redding (Northern) California 

>From posts over the last year, it sounds like EDITH doesn't thrive everywhere
- she sure died a lingering death in my garden and no one in our local iris
club has had good bloom with it, although it hasn't died for everyone.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA

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