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Welcome to Barbara


Barbara  What fun you are going to have,  a house,  a garden and 
irises - magic.  I just read somewhere that a good way to plant 
irises is to make a rectangular bed,  divided into three,  placing 
the irises in the centre section,  leaving the end sections free for 
other plants that flower at other times.  This list is a veritable 
mine of information.

Lots of Good luck


Sally from  drought stricken  Eastern Province,  South Africa 
Sally Guye
email zosg@warthog.ru.ac.za





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