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Re: Edith Wolford




On Tue, 25 Feb 1997, J. Michael, Celia or Ben Storey wrote:

> Oh, you've gone now and broken my heart. Even though I knew I knew nothing
> about irises, I thought I knew that EDITH WOLFORD was pretty. And now you
> tell me she's not pretty? She's an awkward shape, topheavy and besides she
> doesn't grow worth a toot?

> celia
> storey@aristotle.net  USDA Zone 7b
> Little Rock, Arkansas

Celia,
My Edith Wolford is lovely! She grows right outside the front door, stands
up nice and straight, and blooms nearly every year. Don't despair!

Kathy
kathy@tiac.net
Tewksbury, Massachusetts
zone 5





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