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Re: Irises & Lillies


HEY Iris folks out there!! KathyGuest is giving SECRETS!!  It's one gorgeous
garden that LOOKS like she plots and ponders and worries and frets over
exactly the right placement.  When, of course, all the time the simple thing
that seems to be happening is paying attention to the needs of the individual
plant -- or maybe it IS happy hapenstance -- 
Any nearby horses?? Do you have an underground water system??? 
Bill Smoot is putting in an underground water system -- perhaps as we speak!!
And KathyGuest's biggest secret is her automatic mulching machine named Len..

We're talking about iris, here.





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