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Re: Millennium Iris

From: Irisborer@aol.com

In a message dated 1/11/1999 5:05:12 AM Eastern Standard Time,
irishaven@pip.com.au writes:

<< ISA and come up with our own "All Australian" iris which
 has had the most effect on the entire Iris world (north & south hemisphere)

A VERY cool idea....  and are there any members of the BIS on this list????
Or should we look for a Universal iris??  A WORLD-CLASS iris?!

Kathyguest in E. Aurora, NY when the men are men and the women are women and
the snow is just a small inconvenience...  (I'm clicking my heels three

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