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Re: traveling

Regarding travelling during spring break.

Charleston, S.C. is beautiful even now but in late March and early April the
major gardens will be in bloom!.  Also many small garden tours.  Iris
medians start appearing about then.  Should you decide to head this way I
could put you in touch with a few iris growers in this area.  Atlanta area is
usuallly about mid April.   Charleston is also a college town and always has
the welcome mat out.  

Claire Honkanen, Isle of Palms, S.C., 803-886-469l.  I have already had
Lady Emma bloom.  0thers medians are showing promise but no bloom stallks

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