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OT-BIO Christine & Mel

Hi all,

I'm new to the list.  My husband and I have been growing iris for about 7
years now.  We have many iris that were given to us by others.  It just drives
me nuts that I don't know the right names for each different colors we have.
Last year we added 54 new colors to the mix.  We have marked each of these as
we planted them.  We have several perrenial flower beds on our property and
each one must have iris in it.  I'm really looking forward to learning more
and more about these incredible flowers.  We live in northern lower Michigan,
Zone 5.

Christine & Mel

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