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Re: OT: Xanthippe's Halo

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

Beautiful iris, just doesn't grow for us!  I think I might have some
somewhere.  Denise remind me to check for it.
-----Original Message-----

>From: Ray & Judy Keisling <keisling@swbell.net>
>Denise Stewart wrote:
>> From: Denise Stewart <stewartd@proaxis.com>
>> Hello Listers
>>         Do any of you happen to know where I can agree the above named
iris?  Hope
>> so, just saw it in bloom and it is a dandy!
>>         Please email if you happen to know where one might get this one.
>> Denise
>> Denise Stewart
>> Snowpeak Iris and Daylilies
>> Lebanon, OR  Zone 7

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