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HIST:CAT: How about them RHIZOMES?

From: HIPSource@aol.com


As the bearded rhizome shipments roll in would you kindly find time to emerge 
from the clouds of wood shavings, excelsior, and pearly peanuts to let 
HIPSource know about anything out of the ordinary, good or bad, about 
shipments from any of the nurseries listed on the HIPS page at 

Since I am a referral service, I am always interested in hearing things I 
should know, as it were. Anything you wish to pass on should be sent to me 
PRIVATELY, and you may be assured it will be held in confidence.  If you are 
too busy to mess with this now, please just send me a little note at a 
convenient time later. 

I thank you.

Anner Whitehead
Commercial Source Chairman
Historic Iris Preservation Society

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