Re: OT-Bio penny
From: william hale <email@example.com>
my name is penny i live in zone 6. irises are my passion. i feel you
can never have to many. there are so many varieties. i am always
looking for reblooming varieties. but most people think i am insaine
when i say that. they don't realize there is such a thing. i hope to
learn a lot here. and share with all of you.
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> b. Subject Tags
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> everyone to
> use to preface the subject lines of their messages
> to iris-talk.
> Please use the tags as they are given; do not invent
> If the practice loses its consistency, it will also
> lose much of
> its usefulness. I know this is a long listing, but
> that is a
> reflection of the breadth and variety of our
> discussions. Don't
> be intimidated; they will become quickly familiar
> after a short
> time. Try to use the tag that fits your message
> best. It is often
> appropriate to combine a tag from the first set
> (types of irises)
> with one from another set. If nothing fits, don't
> worry. The tags
> are not mandatory. Remember that the colon (:)
> following the
> alphabetic tag is part of the tag and very important
> to the proper
> operation of filters used to sort mail.
> TB: tall bearded irises
> MED: median and dwarf bearded irises
> AR: arilbred and aril irises
> SIB: Siberian irises
> LA: Louisiana irises
> JI: Japanese irises
> SPU: spuria irises
> PCN: Pacific coast native irises
> BULB: bulb irises (Dutch, reticulatas, Junos)
> SPEC: iris species (particularly those not covered
> in another category)
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