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Re: Seed pods

At 06:13 AM 6/26/96 -0600, you wrote:
>On Tue, 25 Jun 1996, S. Comstock wrote:
  None of the discarded rhizomes will go to our sale, as I can't be sure of
their identity.
>Lois Rose in central Virginia, where the Japanese Iris are fading fast.

Lois, let me be the first to put in a request for a piece of that clump.  I
will reimburse for postage.  Let me know.

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