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Re: ROT!!!


I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to irises.  I've only been
planting them over a year and the ones' that bloomed this year were
breath taking. I am doing a lot of reading and the internet is a
wonderful place to learn and hear from people all over the country who
grow irises. What kind of problems they have and what they do to have a
beautiful iris bloom.    

Thanks to all who have shared their knowledge .   I hope one of these
days I will be able to have more input.

Question:  What is the list?  

Thanks, Lora M.  

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