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From: Patsiris@aol.com

Dear Jim.
     Welcome to iris-talk.  As I mentioned to you a while back, I think you
will enjoy this group.   They are friendly, open minded, and always willing to
help with iris info.
or advice.   
     The irises you sent to Dallas are growing well, at least the ones at the
I haven't seen the others as recently.   I'm writing this from Pleasanton, CA
I am child sitting for a week.   They have some iris too, but nothing in
bloom.   Since
this is my son's house, I guess you could say he is a bud off the old rhyzome.
Will you be coming to Dallas next spring for the TBIS meeting here?   
                                                               Pat in Dallas

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