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From: RYFigge@aol.com

Dear Randy - just checked to see what  "DAEMAN" or something like that had to
say - it seems I reversed  letters in your name and I guess the message never
reached you - I don't like to repeat myself, so send me a private word if you
receve this and if it is new to you -- I suggested that you give yourself a
gift certificate for this iris so your foot would be in the door, so to speak
-- and gave you a source:  Friendship Gardens, 341 Schwartz Road, Gettysburg,
17325-8622.  Besides introducing their own irises, they also introduce the
ones for Zurbrigg, Weiler, Mahan, Nearpass, and McKnew.  While Joan
specializes in rebloomers, she also has other bearded.  Hope this has no
address errors for its pathway.  Rosalie nr Baltimore  zone  7,

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