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From: Vicki Craig <craigiris@earthlink.net>


I've been following this thread and I must concur with Walter Moores. We
have purchased iris from Schreiner's since the early 1960's and have
never had a mislabeled iris.

It is possible that a new employee may have misaddressed the order and
you received one slated for another person.   No individual is perfect
so please don't be so critical.

The Schreiner family has maintained an excellent reputation for several
generations and I so dislike seeing someone smear their name.

Please, Lets not carry this discussion any further.

Thank you,


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