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Re: Iris Robin: LORNA LEE/Mike Lowe

In a message dated 96-12-10 23:58:10 EST, you write:

><<  I do not normally tout Jim Gibson's iris as good growers but LORNA LEE
>(Gibson 66) is in my 'Top Ten' iris listing of *Good Garden Perennials* And,
>mirabile dictu, it does not rot regardless of provocation.  Mike Lowe >>
>I take it you have stock of LORNA LEE to share or sell?  Please! Robert

Or can recommend a supplier.  As always I have to ask, how does this one do
in the southeast?  Lloyd?

<Does not rot regardless of provocation> sounds like a challenge to my
ability to give rot to just about anything.  : )

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA

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