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Re: Lemon Fragrance

At 07:13 AM 7/3/99 -0500, you wrote:
>From: Robert and Joan Wilhelm <wilhelm@dailynews.net>
>The Cornell Extension Bulletin #112, dated June 1925 lists two iris with a
>lemon fragrance, Afterglow and Kashmiriana. Good luck on your search.

Dear Joan -
I think you've got a winner there in Afterglow. She said her mother had a bed around the septic tank and it was maybe a hundred year old iris, but was lost when they dug the tank up. Don't ask me how they could detect a lemon scent next to a septic tank.

Does anyone happen to have Afterglow in anybody's catalog?

James Brooks
Jonesborough, TN
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