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Re: old catalogs

Linda said:

>As I was flipping quickly thru them, I saw a picture of a 'red' (brown)
>iris that looked a ringer for one that a friend gave me years ago.  The
>text says FIRE BRIGADE 'Reported the best of the reds in the South'.
>Who knows.
>Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
>hog happy - THREE color catalogs from the time machine

Linda, if you can get FIRE BRIGADE, you'll like it--I had it for years until
a gopher came up right in the middle of the clump, thereby doing it in.
It's old, but it was a really good red.

Barb in Santa Fe

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