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Re: CULT: Rebecca Ann

From: stickelbg@juno.com (Rebecca A Stickel)

>August of this year!...they are a little dried out at this point 
>having been
>inside the house all this time...

Hey Chris,
I think we've all done this at one time or another.  Life just
kind of gets away from us!


I was scanning this list and couldn't believe my eyes!!  There's
an iris with my name on it!  I must have one to give to my mother.
Can you (or anyone) tell me anything about this iris?  Does
anyone know where I can get a rhizome come spring?  Any
help would be greatly appreciated.  This is just too cool.  My
mom will love it!


Becky Stickel
London OH  Zone 5

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