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Re: OT-BIO Ryan Carter

Hello Ryan, good to see young people interested in iris.


Glenn & Linda Simmons  Springfield, Missouri
e-mail glennsimmons@msn.com or
gsimmons1@juno.com or lindaAsimmons@juno.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan S. Carter <birddog@mnsinc.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Thursday, February 19, 1998 9:39 AM
Subject: OT-BIO Ryan Carter

>Hello, my name is Ryan Carter and I have been on this list several times
>before. Some of you may know me. Anyway, I am 13 years old and very
>interested in irises. I have gardened all my life but have been growing
>irises for only two years. I have over a hundred cultivars of bearded iris,
>with about half and half medians and TB's. I am especially interested in
>breeding MDBs, and any input would be appreciated. hank you, and happy
>Ryan Carter
>Winchester, VA
>Youth Chairman of C & P Iris Society

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