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Welcome Paul and Heather,
     I think that you will like the Iris-L.  What kind of Beardless Irises
do you grow.  I grow both Bearded and Beardless Irises.  Beardless Irises
are not overly popular here, but they are getting more recognition.  Let me
know what type of Irises you are interested in having, I might be able to

Mark A. Cook
Lexington, KY  USA   Zone 5/6  

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