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Re: 1995 LA iris poll/ LAs in Region 1

On Thu, 18 Jul 1996, Rodney A. Barton wrote:

> a good snow cover.  She mentions 4 others in the region growing LAs with 
> "marvelous displays" and states "growing Louisiana irises isn't really as 
> hard as you (and I) thought". 

	I think I will leave that up to the New England irisarians in Zones
	above 3! I am obsessing enough about trying to grow TB's here....

	Ellen   e_galla@moose.ncia.net

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