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Re: Iris of the millenium

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

Hi Dave
     Welcome back from your journey. Some "stuff" just has to be done.

  Are your iris beds full of grass and weeds like mine? It is not cold enough
to stop the weeds from growing, but too cold for people to be out there
pulling the things out, and too wet for the tractor.
     Next month GPIS is sponsoring their annual Feb Judges Training with
Arnold Ferguson on "Aril/Aril bred in the Northwest." Do you think you'll
venture out? 3 or 4 years ago after the meeting we all got caught in a
terrific ice storm. It was a very slippery proposition getting home. Some of
us do all kinds of crazy things just to see, hear and learn more about our
favorite flower/plant. 

Rita B
zone 7 where it is drizzling rain (no snow thank goodness) and f 48 degrees.

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