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Griff Crump asked about Baroque Prelude.  At the edge of my Iris beds I
have a clump of Baroque Prelude.  It's been there for many years, and
since it grows like a weed, it is now so large that I would need a
strong man to dig it.  So I just remove some from the edges when I have
a request for this very nice yellow Iris.  If anyone is interested I'm
happy to include it as "bonus" in your order, or ask me for a start if
not ordering.

Lorraine Miller in Quincy where the sun is bright today and the temp. is
nearing 40 at mid morning.

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