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Re: HIST:REB:Dorothea

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] HIST:REB:Dorothea
  • From: RYFigge@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 22:14:17 EST

Thanks, Dave for identifying DOROTHEA, maybe we'll hear from the one who put 
the question if  that is the iris to which he is referring.
As to a start for historics, there are a number of iris people who sell them 
-- Superstition Gardens, Willow Bend Farm, Spanish Forks,  and J & V Craig in 
your area  and the Spoons (Ginny and DOn out here) have some -- If you really 
want something, buy it and enjoy having it - much simpler and quicker than 
waiting for donations, that's my motto, altho gifts are nice, and if DOROTHEA 
really reblooms, I'd like to find a piece, if it would rebloom in a cold 
climate, and I'd at least try and test it out..   They are not nearly as 
expensive as new ones, which is a plus!

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