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packing technique for beardless iris

Scott Aitken -- anyone else who ships beardless iris --

What technique do you use for shipping iris? (Maybe it will come up in 
conversation with yer dad, Scott)  A number of us were comparing notes today
about our spring beardless orders.  Some of mine are doing well, some are not.
Someone said that the best she has had came wrapped in damp moss..

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo NY

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