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Re: AIS: The Iris Show.

From: rdhager@dmv.com

Reading all these posts about  remind me of the fable of the blind men
and elephant. If you don't recall the story, it can be found at:


There is a lot going on at an iris show. It's not just a competition.
It's a chance to exchange ideas, get tips on growing and grooming, find
out what the hybridizers are doing, and simply share one's love or
irises. If that's not enough, one could bitch about the judging--not
that I'd ever do that. <Grin>

R. Dennis Hager
on Delmarva

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