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re: IRIS-L digest 453

This is in reply to Kathleen Shinners -

Kathy I met you at the Newton Farmers market where we talked a little about 
Iris and Perrenial Plants.
Small world isn't it. The next Iris Society of Mass. Meeting is at the end of 
March. The speaker will be Daleell Probst who was on "Plant Safari" to China 
this year and will be showing his slides.

Barry Silver Boston Ma.
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Thank you.m

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