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Japanese Iris Postcards

In a message dated 96-12-12 01:22:56 EST, you write:

<< I wonder if the Japanese iris postcards sold by Ensata Gardens have
 	the I.D. on them....or do they just use the ones they sell and/or
 	hybridize????? >>

The Japanese iris postcards sold by Bob and John at Ensata are for the
Society for Japanese Irises....all proceeds go to SJI.  And you better
believe that each one in the two sets has a full identification of the iris
pictured.  These postcards are a great bargain.  You can put them in a photo
album and use them as a Japanese iris picture book, or you can give them as
Christmas or birthday gifts, use them as door prizes, or....actually use them
to write to people!  Clarence Mahan in VA

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