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Iris of the Milennium

From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

Jeff and Carolyn Walters wrote:

> I agree with you that Ii. pallida and pseudacorus and other species 
>belong to the ages, and not specifically to the Second Millenium AD, 
>and are therefore not really eligible for the honor in question.

     What about Rebloomers?  Since they are a more recent thing, maybe 
they should be in the consideration too.  
     My Iris pseudacorus will be welcome to stay after Jan. 1, 2000 (or 
Jan. 1, 2001, whichever you prefer) and as long as they will grow.  

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida. [32 F or 0 C--Freeze #8 for this season has started]

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