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Re: NEW IRIS, WINNERS


Lee wrote:
> 
> ....Most incredibly robust multiplier that didn't bloom:  BREAKERS

TRUE, what a hoss.  I almost need to divide that one every year!  

> 
> Most incrediably beautiful: (different from pretty)  EDITH WOLFORD

True again, when it blooms.  Once every 2-3 years.

 ..Best hanging-on-by-the-skin-of-its-teeth-because-most-rotted:  MAGIC 
HOPE
You will find most of those plicatas from Gibson do that period.

> Biggest one that has shown no signs whatsoever of rot:  BREAKERSTrue again!!!

YOu have some good winners!!!

Dennis
> 
>






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