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Re: iris-l convention guests

In a message dated 97-02-02 12:01:41 EST, you write:

>Here is a list of irises that are growing in our garden as guests for the
>conventon and were hybridized by iris-l members.

I can't resist this - so how are they all growing?  I am assuming they are
all drop dead gorgeous or these hybridizers wouldn't have selected them as

Linda Mann, troublemaker

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