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Re: TB: HIST: my grandfather's orange iris

In a message dated 6/17/2005 7:31:42 PM Central Daylight Time, 
kliddle@richter7.com writes:

> Hello all. My name is Kendal. I have been off the chat list for a spell.
> Some of you may remember my postings about my grandfather and some orange
> iris that he hybridized back in the early 50's.

Arguably, the only thing Southerners like better than a good iris is a good 
story. Your story is great and I would certainly like to have one the orange 
irises to accompany it!

Bill Burleson

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