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Re: Did You Get My Message?


Dear Christy,

Did you get my reply to your questions or did my message not go through?
One of the other messages that I wrote that day did not go through so since
I have not heard from you I do not know if you received my reply or not.  I
said yes to trading and asked you what you might want (Couldn't think of all
the ones to tempt you with).  If you are lambing, (my family is Welsh and
have always had sheep until my generation, but I got to feed the orphaned
lambs every spring when I was a kid) and this is the reason that you have
not sent a reply just send your mailing address and I will send you iris
when you want them (when it is warm enough to plant in your area).   Just
tell me when the normal time to plant is.  If this is too much trouble or
you didn't get my message, then just tell me no that you didn't (and I will
write the original message all over again for you.
Linda
Glenn & Linda Simmons  Springfield, Missouri
e-mail glennsimmons@msn.com or
gsimmons1@juno.com or lindaAsimmons@juno.com

-----Original Message-----
From: J.F. Hensler <hensler@povn.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Monday, February 23, 1998 10:21 AM
Subject: RE: Latin Hideaway


>
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>Hi All,
>
>For the most part I've been reduced to reading most messages only for =
>the past few weeks since we started lambing. Right now we're =
>"knee-deep-in-sheep" but had to comment on LH.
>
>Got my clone from Schriener's about 4 years ago and the thing behaves =
>like a weed here. Increases like wild and blooms it's head off. It's =
>also one of the ones that shows some resistance to leaf spot even though =
>it gets off to an earlier start than most others....right in time for =
>some of the coldest, wetest spring weather.
>
>Later,
>Christy Hensler zone 4b
>
>
>THE ROCK GARDEN
>Newport, WA
>http://www.povn.com/rock/








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