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Re: OT:Rebloomers

  • Subject: Re: OT:Rebloomers
  • From: StorYlade@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 23:23:41 EST

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 2/11/1999 8:57:21 PM Central Standard Time,
redear@infinet.com writes:

<< All those iris blooms or just one iris bloom close up. Quanity
 is not allways better. Rarity adds to beauty. >>

Gee, I think you've just made the case for rebloomers!

(As my Dad used to say, another country heard from.)

Betty Wilkerson in stormy Bowling Green, Kentucky where we're supposed to see
snow after weather so warm the irises were growing.

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