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Re: OTwhat I wish was blooming

  • Subject: Re: OTwhat I wish was blooming
  • From: "judy eckhoff" <judye@ourtownusa.net>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 06:44:20 -0600

From: "judy eckhoff" <judye@ourtownusa.net>

Good morning all, after thinking about this overnight I have my answer, my
PCN seeds !! I have never seen this type of iris so I'm anxious to see them
bloom. Of course it may be awhile, just planted them last fall and they
haven't even come up yet.
Judy Eckhoff
Haven, KS zone 6

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