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Re: CAT: Club Sales

From: Tmilchh@aol.com

Dear Vince,
     The BlueGrass Iris Society in Central Kentucky is charging $3 for TB, 
Sib, Pseudacoris, & potted SDB's; unless the iris is a fairly new 
introduction then it will charge more.
     Our sale is Saturday.
     Do you sell unknowns?    We don't, but I wish we did, I have lots to 
donate. Perhaps we could get only $1 for an unknown of a particular color, 
but no name. We could still sell a lot and increase our income. I'm probablly 
going to bring some unknowns to sell anyway. I have this big red (2 tone 
Burgundy) with tons of rhizomes that I need to get rid of. I'll probablly be 
overruled, but I intend to try anyway.
    Annette Milch  Lexington, KY   zone 5/6 TMilchh@aol.com
Where it is way too hot to dig, but I am out there digging in my bathing 
suit, with water to pour over me. 

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