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Re: OT: abbreviations was TB:Black Iris

From: "Mark, Maureen" <MARKM@tc.gc.ca>

Okay, Janet, you can explain it to me.  I still haven't figured out FWIW and

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4)

> Mike,
>     I thought the BTW, IMHO, FWIW was what happened when you type with
> your 
> mouth full.   But I finally figured them out so I'm proud of myself...Re: 
> BTS, is it possible a tad of shade would help this iris if grown inthe
> south? 
>   Or soil analysis of where it grows well, compared to soil analysis of
> where 
> it grows poorly to see if there's a clue there?   Just guessing, FWIW.
> <g>
> Janet Natale, where we need a nice overcast day for weeding

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