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Re: SA:

    Now Bill . . . how can any thing as lovely as an iris be. .perverted!!!
It's interesting how strong opinions run, isn't it? The first time I saw a SA
iris, I was absolutely captivated. As I see it, Iris are rather like people. .
.some are prettier than others, some are quiet but interesting, some are loud
and call attention to themselves, some are sorta misshaped, some have staying
power (and others just fold and fade when the going gets rough. . .I've never
met an iris I didn't like, however, I have met some that I didn't like an
awful lot!!
Have a good Thursday!!

Doris Elevier
USDA zone 7b Sunset 11
El Paso, TX

----- Original Message -----
  From: Bill Wells
  To: iris@hort.net
  Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 8:49 PM
  Subject: Re: [iris] TB: Success of Assorted TB in Zone 5b

  LOL! I can't help it! <grin> Them thar extra "appendages" is jest
  unnatural-lookin'... nasty ain't even strong enough...perverted mebbe...


  Doris Elevier wrote:
  > Aw Bill. . .let's not be so tough on SA's. . . different, yes, unusual,
  > . .but "nasty". . . .?????
  > Doris Elevier

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