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Introduction, new subscriber

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Introduction, new subscriber
  • From: Rick Tasco/Roger Duncan <randrcv@sierratel.com>
  • Date: Wed, 5 Feb 1997 19:27:05 -0700 (MST)

Michael Cook wrote:
> 
> Hello Iris Lovers,
> 
>      I am new to the world on the Internet and e-mail, so if I am a bit
> clumsy at first, please forgive me.
>      Although my interest in Irises goes back to my childhood, it was not
> until the mid 1980's that I got serious about it.  (I turn 35 this April).
> Most Iris growers here in Lexington, Kentucky grow only Tall Bearded
> varieties.  I grow them and some SDB's, MTB's, IB's, BB,s and even one MDB.
>  I have some reblooming Iris.
>      Also, I grow some of the beardless Irises.  I have some Siberians,
> Japanese, Spurias, and Louisianas.  I also raise Iris pseudacorus and a few
> other species.  I am also becoming interested in the Versicolors and
> Virginicas.
>      I have been a member of the Bluegrass Iris Society and the A.I.S.
> since the mid 1980's.  In the last couple of years, I joined the Historic
> Iris Preservation Society and became involved in the A.I.S. Round Robin
> Progam.
>      Well, I guess that is enough about me for now.
> 
> Mark A. Cook
> 
> macook@iglou.com
> 

Welcome to the iris-l Mark!  You certainly grow a well rounded
collection of iris.  Enjoy yourself on this list.  I'm sure we will bump
into each other soon.

Rick Tasco
Central California
Zone 8





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