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  • Subject: Re: OT:BIO
  • From: Cliff Snyder <snyder@eden.com>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 21:53:49 -0800

From: Cliff Snyder <snyder@eden.com>

JANSIRIS@aol.com wrote:
> From: JANSIRIS@aol.com
> Hi Everyone, New to iris-talk, but former member of Rt66. Any of you on this
> list that were there may remember us. Jan & Gordon Hueller. Hi to all our all
> friends and Hello and nice to meet you to the new ones. We are both retired
> but find plenty to do with our iris. Growing TB, SDB, MTB, INTER, BB, LA, SPU,
> AND AB.  Have upgraded our garden to around 4000 sq ft for a total of 470
> iris. Still not many compared to some of you. We are on the La iris list also.
> Have a dog (Missy) and cat (Boo) is is scared of everyone including us, hence
> the name "Boo".  Gordon (Gordy) hails from Appleton, Wis, since 1993 when he
> came to Tucson and I snagged him for his willingness to do manual labor for
> this old lady who can't do it all anymore.  Be married 4 years coming up late
> April.  We had to wait until after peak bloom time to take out time for a
> wedding. :-)  Looking forward to all the new info out on iris. Oh yes, anyone
> who can advise as to iris that smell like grapes? I know about Feedback, I.
> Padillia, Maumille (?) and Grape Accent. If there are any others, please let
> us know. Thanks and Good bye for now, Jan

Welcome back Jan. I noticed Grape Adventure on the "grape" smelling
list. I can vouch for that one

Cliff Snyder		Austin, Tx
Rainbow Iris Farm	Zone 8

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