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Re: Iris Compatible Plants (poppies)

No Steve I don't recall which museum it was.  I do wish I could be more
specific but I read this article quite some time ago and it just kind of
stuck with me as being odd.  :)  The article also mentioned that they were
unable to keep a plaque in front of the bed because it kept getting stolen!


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

-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Szabo <stevesz@erols.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Thursday, February 26, 1998 9:40 PM
Subject: RE: Iris Compatible Plants (poppies)

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>Glenn & Linda,
>Hmmm, I am downtown DC nearly every business day at one place or =
>another, and maybe several scattered about within the confines of the =
>capital city, and I do not recall seeing such a bed.  Do you recall =
>which museum it is?  (There are quite a few museums downtown and =
>scattered about the city.)  I will then keep an eye out for them.
>For tropical fish and aquariums in MA, visit:
>If you are in the DC Metro area, visit:
>If your interest lies in dogs, visit:

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