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CHAT: Civil War Garden

Interesting piece in the Loudoun Extra section of the Washington Post today.
"This year I am going to step back in time and try some of the successes
that have come down through the years: heirloom roses, vintage irises and
old-time tulips." You can find this article at http://tinyurl.com/5o2nn.
Mentioned by name is the Honoribile iris from 1840. Hence the mention here.
They did have a picture in the paper of the iris, but it is missing in the
online version.

NOTE: The Washington Post website requires a registration. When I
registered, some time back, they only required a username, password, and zip
code. Things may have changed. Articles are generally available for two
weeks before they go into the archives and you get charged for viewing them
(in case someone stumbles across this in the archives of the list).


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