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Re: blues

In a message dated 96-06-27 12:17:37 EDT, you write:

>I'd like to add some of my favorites to the recommendation pool of
>blues.  TIDE'S IN has been a long-standing favorite and has done well
>over many many years.  I've also had OREGON SKIES for a few years and
>it has done very well for me and looked good at conventions as well.

6/27/96     12:32 P.M.


I would like to second your recommendations of TIDE'S IN and OREGON SKIES.
Both are exceptionally fine pale to light blue irises. Have them both, and
they're great!

Ted White        Minot, Maine           USDA Zone 5        AIS Region 1

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